“Our last look at Apple’s professional video editor, Final Cut Pro X, was not quite a year ago and yet there have been five (yes, count ‘em, five) separate updates since then,” Chris Roberts writes for Macworld UK. “Many of these updates have been bug fixes but there have been some notable enhancements, including a major version update.”

“In April 2015 Apple released a whole new version of Final Cut Pro X with 10.2,” Roberts writes. “Needless to say, much has changed in the world of Final Cut Pro X in less than a year.”

“The updates continue to come from Apple thick and fast (the latest update to 10.2.1 dropped as this article was being written with a new set of bug fixes) and new features being added regularly,” Roberts writes. “But while we wait for the next big update to appear on the App Store, there’s plenty here to help keep the professional video editor at the top of their game.”

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