In collaboration with LightWORKS Solutions, development studio Pixel Film Studios has this week announced the launch of its new iPad application, designed specifically to allow professional video editors the ability to fully control their Final Cut Pro X experience, wirelessly.
Built from the “ground up” to meet with the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX claims to allow editors to ‘break free’ from FCPX’s often complex menus and tabs, streamlining the editing workflow experience into a few, easy accessible (and customizable) touch shortcuts.
This application gives users control over all the FCPX editing tools in one clean interface, eliminating the need for clicking and searching through the Final Cut Pro X menus. From import to export, PROCUTX can control every step of the FCPX editing process.
Final Cut Pro X was originally released onto the Mac App Store in June 2011, following criticism from those in Hollywood due to the software’s shortfalls. Apple later issued an update which fixed most of the software’s reported shortfalls.