We're going to be hearing more and more about "wide gamut" workflows for a while, as we finally leave behind Rec.
709—the HD color gamut originally designed for CRTs back in the 90s—and into Rec.
Updates have included minor enhancements and bug fixes, some of which I haven’t even listed.
Here they are in reverse order, the newest upgrade at the top with with its updates directly below it.10.3.1 through 10.3.3 are mainly bug fixes, the first principally fixing major failures in the Spanish language version, while the second fixes a number of other important bugs and improves performance, such as dragging elements in the Timeline.
Final Cut Pro X supports playback of many native camera and audio formats.
Because Final Cut Pro X abandoned a track-based timeline in favor of the Magnetic Timeline initially there were limitations in exporting audio stems for Broadcast and Distribution needs.
Today's updates, the first since October, add new features and multiple bug fixes.
I frequently use the Paste Attributes functionality during my workflow, so its possible that this may have been causing the crashing issues.
With the ability to zoom and navigate your timeline, dynamically change your palettes, and otherwise interact more closely with your footage, Apple is clearly hoping you'll consider giving FCP X a shot with the purchase of your MBP.It also added support for additional camera formats.Final Cut Pro X (pronounced "Final Cut Pro Ten") is a professional non-linear video editing application published by Apple Inc.On September 9, 2011 version 10.0.1 was released with a new solution to this problem, the introduction of Video and Audio Roles.Details of these many changes in the application can be found on these pages.