Final Cut Pro X hit by negative reviews

June 26, 2011, 10:38 AM

Apple has released Final Cut Pro X, the long awaited successor to Apple's tried and true FCP 7. Available for USD299 via the Mac App Store, FCP X brings with it a number of new features such as a magnetic timeline, content auto analysis, and background rendering that enables you to keep on working while your Mac chugs away.

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