Apple's Final Cut Pro X features Grand Central Dispatch support, $300, launches in June

Apple set to launch Final Cut Pro X, their next-gen video editor.

@anthony256
Published Wed, Apr 13 2011 9:31 AM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:31 PM CST
Apple is launching their next-generation video editing program Final Cut Pro X in June. Final Cut Pro X will launch at $300 and is written as a full 64-bit application that supports Grand Central Dispatch.

Apple's Final Cut Pro X features Grand Central Dispatch support, $300, launches in June | TweakTown.com


Grand Central Dispatch is Apple's technology that uses a piece of software to dynamically utilise many processor cores. Final Cut Pro X uses an iMovie-like interface which should appeal to the casual movie editors or home users.
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