What’s new in Final Cut Pro 10.1.2
Final Cut Pro 10.1.2 introduces new features and enhancements, detailed below.
Media management improvements
New features provide you with more flexibility and control over media management.
Store optimized, proxy, and rendered media outside the library, at the location you choose.
Easily delete optimized, proxy, and render files from within Final Cut Pro.
View and set storage locations for media, cache files, and library backup files using the Library Properties inspector.
Final Cut Pro 10.1.2 provides streamlined organizing tools.
You now have the option to show only unused media in the Browser.
Support for wide-dynamic-range imagery from professional 4K cameras
The new Apple ProRes 4444 XQ codec is the highest-quality version of Apple ProRes for 4:4:4:4 image sources (including alpha channels), with a very high data rate to preserve the detail from today’s highest-quality digital image sensors. See Supported media formats and Supported export formats.
You can apply a standard broadcast color space (Rec. 709) look in real time to high-dynamic-range and wide-color-gamut video shot on ARRI, Blackmagic Design, Canon, and Sony cameras. See Turn log processing on or off.
Audio workflow improvements
Speed up your audio workflow with these enhancements:
Final Cut Pro 10.1.2 provides improved speed and accuracy when syncing clips. See Sync audio and video.
The new Basic Surround preset simplifies panning for surround sound audio. See Pan audio.
Import and export features
Export and import entire libraries as single XML files using XML 1.4. See Use XML to transfer projects and events.
Quickly export cuts-only projects containing XDCAM media.
Other notable features
You can now import media by dragging it from the Finder to the Browser (rather than to the event in the Libraries list). See Import from a hard disk.
Nudging a clip in the Timeline now works like a slide edit. See Arrange clips in the Timeline.
You can now break apart an audition. See Create auditions to try out clips.