Built from the ground up to meet the needs of today’s creative editors, PROCUTX is described as a ‘break-free’ solution to manually navigating the menus (and tabs) seen in Apple’s Final Cut Pro editor.
“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,” the app’s description reads. “From import to export, PROCUTX can control every step of the FCPX editing process.”
The best part? – It’s FREE (for a very limited time). Usually setting you back $24.99, PROCUTX is today only shedding its premium price-point, to fully allow those who wish to take the remote client for a test-drive to do so.
For those not fully familiar with Final Cut Pro X, the video-editing suite was originally released onto the Mac App Store in June 2011, and was shortly after followed by sharp criticism from those in Hollywood over the software’s apparent shortfalls compared to similar offerings on the market. Apple later issued an update which claimed to fix most (if not all) of the software’s previous shortfalls.