Apple announces Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad

Final Cut Pro brings a huge set of tools for video creators. The iPad version offers a completely new touch interface and other features.

The jog wheel is designed for easier editing and brings new ways to interact with content. Use multi-touch gestures to navigate the magnetic timeline, move clips, and more.

With the Apple Pencil, you can draw and write directly on video content. The iPad Pro with the M2 chip uses the Appel Pencil hover feature, so you can hover and preview a shot without touching the screen.

The in-app camera’s Pro mode allows users to record videos in portrait or landscape orientation and control manual settings such as focus, exposure, and white balance. There is also a multi-camera video editing option.

Other features include automatic cropping, voice isolation and a scene removal mask.

You can use many professional graphics, effects and sound. To help create videos, you can import supported media from Files or Photos or projects from iMovie for iOS. Exporting to Final Cut Pro on Mac is also easy.

Logic Pro has a brand new sound browser that helps music creators find the perfect sound. Shows all available instrument patches, audio patches and more in one place. You can listen to it before you load it into the project.

The app also supports Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard Folio or Magic Keyboard to speed up production.

Other features include plug-ins for professional instruments and effects, beat creation and production tools, and a professional mixer. Like Final Cut Pro, you can export projects to the Mac version.

Both Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro will hit the App Store on Tuesday, May 23. To use both apps, you’ll need a separate subscription of $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year. A free one-month trial is available for both apps.

Final Cut Pro requires an iPad with an M1 chip or later. Logic Pro can be used with any iPad with an A12 Bionic chip or later. You will also need to have iPadOS 16.4 or later installed.

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