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Final Cut Pro 10.3 is here

Today Apple announced the immediate availability of Final Cut Pro X, version 10.3.

It’s a huge update with a broad variety of new features, including a refined user interface, a massive update to how roles work including color coding, lane organization, easy expanding, collapsing, focusing on roles and role components, and role-based mixing. 10.3 also adds wide gamut color support, support for more camera formats, and a variety of browsing, editing, and effects improvements. Our blog article goes into all the details, and includes the 8 free feature overview movies embedded below (plus a video on how to upgrade). For more information, be sure to check out our What’s New In-Depth tutorial.

If you are brand new to Final Cut Pro X, then the best place to get started is our free Getting Started lessons and our Core Training.

Exploring the Final Cut Pro 10.3 UI

Exploring Timeline 2

Assigning Roles & Subroles

Role Based Audio Mixing

Warp Speed Audio Editing

Effects Improvements

Wide Gamut Color Support

Consolidating Motion Projects

How to Upgrade

Ugrading to FCP 10.3 – YouTube

All features of 10.3 are covered in more detail in our What’s New In-Depth tutorial.

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Mark Spencer is a freelance producer, videographer, editor, trainer and writer based in the Bay Area. He produces Final Cut Pro X-related training and plugins for with his partners at Ripple Training. He is an…

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Looking more like Final Cut “Pro”.


What they have done with Audio roles organization they should have done with Video roles as well so that it gives us also a way of doing track style editing as well marrying both forms making everyone happy and winning both sides of the market.