iPhone Developers Throw Light On Multicam Editing Through Final Cut Pro X
iPhone application development teams realize the important of multicam that helps them assemble a number of multicam projects with more speed and flexibility. It features a 64-bit engine that allows users to work native environment as well as in real time with the support of video codec’s, frame rates and frame sizes. It even provides a flexible option of syncing up to 64 angles of both videos and photos and one can even custom sync aligned footages.
2. Compound Clips:
This is an amazing feature that enables offshore iPhone development team to assemble a group of elements and then convert them into a single clip. This feature not only removes clutter but it also provides a simpler version of the segment that will be easy to duplicate.
This interesting feature allows iPhone developers to gather alternative shots within a single location and then ensure they are cycled all together in the right context.
4. Inline precision editor:
The magnetic timeline offers a much more advanced method of trimming when compared to conventional methods. It offers additional control through which iPhone developers can double-click and edit to access Precision Editor and then make the appropriate changes.
5. Access to content libraries:
This latest version of final cut Pro X offers direct access to content libraries where iPhone application development team can conveniently search for music, photos and sound effects without exiting out of Final Cut Pro.
6. Great collections:
Another amazing aspect of this application is that it helps organize clips in a number of diverse ways wherein one is not required to copy or move any files. iPhone developers can easily search using a combination of keywords and metadata and saving it under smart collection.