Apple rolled out Final Cut Pro X 10.1 on Thursday with support for high resolution 4K displays and the just released Mac Pro's dual GPUs. Final Cut Pro is Apple's pro-level video editing application for Mac OS X.
Final Cut Pro X 10.1 adds 4K video support along with support for the new Mac Pro
Version 10.1 added 4K video monitoring via Thunderbolt 2 and HDMI on what Apple is calling "select Mac computers," as well as support for 4K titles, transitions and generators, and support for sharing videos on YouTube in 4K resolution. Libraries support grouping multiple events and projects in a single bundle, importing media to locations regardless of whether or not they're in a library, and auto-backups to user specified local or network locations.
The update also added precision retime speed support, one-step Replace and Retime, custom project frame sizes, improved audio editing support, native .MTS and MT2S support for AVCHD cameras, the ability to import photos from iOS devices, improved performance, and more.
Final Cut Pro X 10.1 is priced at US$299.99 and is available for download through Apple's Mac App Store.