Blackmagic launches software update for FCP X 10.0.3

Blackmagic launches software update for FCP X 10.0.3.

Blackmagic Design broadcast monitoring capture playback products DeckLink Desktop Video 9.2 beta 1software update FCP Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 Intensity Mac OS X Multibridge UltraStudio

Fremont, USA – Blackmagic Design today released Desktop Video 9.2 beta 1, a software update for its capture and playback products that adds broadcast monitoring support with the new Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 update. This update for Mac OS X is available for download now and is free of charge for all Blackmagic Design customers. This update includes support for all current DeckLink, Multibridge, Intensity and UltraStudio models. Broadcast monitoring in Final Cut Pro 10.0.3 allows video output to external monitors and other equipment using the SDI, HDMI or analog video outputs from Blackmagic Design video hardware. Desktop Video 9.2 beta 1 includes a new control panel for selecting the video output format from Final Cut Pro X for output to devices such as broadcast quality monitors, HDTVs and projectors, so you can see exactly what your master will look like in television colourspace. The update also includes Media Express 3.1 beta. Media Express provides capture, logging and management of video files to Final Cut Pro X compatible formats including ProRes and uncompressed video. Media Express features timecode accurate video capture from professional VTRs with RS-422 control, the ability to log additional metadata and to create custom bins for managing all project video media. Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 includes XML 1.1 for exporting primary colour grades to DaVinci Resolve. This new XML support makes it easier to move projects from FCP X to Resolve as any primary colour changes carried out during editing can now be imported and applied automatically within Resolve.

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