“The new Final Cut Pro 1.2.5 running on a blazingly fast Power Mac G4 or a portable PowerBook is an industrial-strength digital video dream,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. “The new update of Final Cut Pro adds more power with 16:9 editing and YUV processing for professional movie makers in the studio and on the go.”
Final Cut Pro 1.2.5 offers support for capturing, editing and exporting 16:9 media; YUV processing for preserving values of the original source material; and “make reference movies,” which saves rendering time and disk space by minimizing file sizes and using “pointers” to source files. The features join the incredible lineup of enhancements found in Final Cut Pro 1.2, which include: Power Mac™ G4 Velocity Engine™ optimization; increased rendering speeds; improved batch capture; “JKL” keyboard commands; and support for PAL, the dominant video and broadcast standard in Europe.
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