Final Cut Pro: Features
Final Cut Pro for iPad brings features like record, edit, finish, and share video content. There’s an all-new jog wheel delivers a new way to interact with content, like navigating the Magnetic Timeline, moving clips, and more. Live Drawing leverages Apple Pencil so users can draw and write on top of video content, and on iPad Pro with M2, Apple Pencil hover can be used to easily skim and preview footage. High-quality video can also be shot right on iPad using pro camera mode, and in ProRes on iPad Pro with M2, says Apple. Final Cut Pro for iPad also supports multicam video editing and Fast Cut features using machine learning.
Logic Pro: Features
Logic Pro for iPad is meant for musicians who can use it for songwriting, beat making, recording, editing, and mixing. With Multi-Touch, musicians can play software instruments, interact naturally with controls, and easily navigate projects. Apple Pencil enables precision edits and detailed track automation to be drawn in effortlessly. An all-new sound browser uses dynamic filtering to help users easily discover the perfect instrument or audio patches, plug‑in presets, samples, and loops. There are also while over 100 professional instrument and effects plug-ins available for music creators. Additionally, with Audio Unit Extensions compatible third‑party plug-ins can be added to projects.
Pricing and compatibility
Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad are now available on the App Store for Rs 499per month or Rs 4,499 per year with a one-month free trial. Final Cut Pro works with 11- or 12.9-inch iPad Pro with M1 or M2 chip and iPad Air 5th gen with M1 chip. Logic Pro, on the other hand, works with iPads that have A12 Bionic chip or newer processors.