Apple has released Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 and Final Cut Camera, the company announced on Thursday. Both apps were previously announced during the company’s iPad event in May. Apple also released updates for Final Cut Pro for Mac.

The iPad version has been updated with capabilities that are designed to take advantage of the new iPad Pro with an M4 chip. Apple says the new chip enables up to 2x faster rendering and supports up to 4x more streams of ProRes RAW compared to the M1. 

Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 is launching with a new “Live Multicam” feature that lets users wireless connect and preview up to four cameras at once. Users will have a director’s view of each camera, along with manual control of their settings using the new Final Cut Camera app. The new companion app lets users connect multiple iPhones or iPads. Final Cut Pro automatically transfers and syncs each Live Multicam angle so you can seamlessly move from production to editing.

Final Cut Camera powers Live Multicam and can also be used as a standalone recording app on iPhone and iPad. It lets users adjust settings like manual focus, shutter speed, ISO, focus peaking, grid overlays, and more.

Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 also includes a highly-requested feature, which is support for external projects. Users can now create new projects or open an existing project without taking up internal storage space.

As for Final Cut Pro for Mac 10.8, users will get access to new AI features. A new “Enhance Light and Color” feature will automatically adjust video for color correction, while a new “Smooth Slo-Mo” will blend video frames for enhanced movement.

Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 and Final Cut Pro for Mac 10.8 are now available as free updates for existing users. For new users, Final Cut Pro for iPad 2 is available for $4.99 per month or $49 per year. Final Cut Pro for Mac 10.8 is available on the Mac App Store for $299.99.

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