Apple makes Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for (select) iPads official ahead of May 23 debut
Final Cut Pro for iPad
Video creators only have a couple more weeks to wait before they will be able to use quite possibly the most powerful tool in their editing arsenal on the move in exchange for $4.99 a month or $49 a year with a free one-month trial to kick things off the right way.
Pretty much all the other capabilities are the same for everyone, combining tools already available for Mac users with an “all-new” touch interface and different new ways to “unleash your creativity” that are “only possible on iPad.”
Those include a new jog wheel aimed at making the video editing process easier than ever, an aptly named Live Drawing functionality that, well, lets you draw directly on top of your video content with an Apple Pencil, as well as machine learning-based “fast cut” features like Scene Removal Mask, Auto Crop, and Voice Isolation. It’s almost like you don’t need a full-blown computer at all anymore, including for…
Creating music with Logic Pro for iPad
Just like Final Cut Pro, this incredibly helpful and extremely powerful audio-focused tool will be available in the App Store at $4.99 a month or $49 a year starting Tuesday, May 23.
That’s surely going to bring the “complete pro music studio” in many more hands than ever before, although it’s definitely worth keeping in mind that Logic Pro and Final Cut Pro licenses for Macs currently set you back $199.99 and $299.99 respectively, which can actually prove more affordable in the long run.