Final Cut Pro 10.6.2 detects duplicate parts and introduces other new features

Final Cut Pro, the popular professional-quality video editing software for macOS, was recently updated to version 10.6.2, introducing two rather prominent options, Duplicate Detection and Voice Isolation, as well as a number of known bug fixes and improvements. .

Photo Credit: Apple Duplicate Detection, as the name implies, is able to quickly identify media that appear more than once in a project and highlight ranges with duplicate clips in the timeline and in the index of the same. Voice Isolation, on the other hand, improves speech clarity through the use of Machine Learning to adjust the level of background noise to make human voices take priority over other parts of the audio signal (requires macOS Monterey 12.3 or later to The YouTube channel Ripple Training has published a very interesting video, which you can see at the bottom of the news, in which it shows these two new features in action.

Quickly locate media that appears more than once in a project. Improve speech clarity by adjusting the background noise level using machine learning (Requires macOS Monterey 12.3 or later). Optimized playback and improved graphics performance for M1 Max and M1 Ultra on the new Mac Studio. Importing Magic Movie and Storyboard projects created with iMovie for iOS version 3.0 into the timeline. Added support for the Korean language. Other improvements include:

Link titles and charts to existing tracker data in Tracker Options on-screen controls. Tracking Editor is automatically displayed in the timeline when you track the object. Objects linked to a tracked object can be scaled in X and Y dimensions uniformly. Improved reliability when using the Object Tracker with clips that do not match the frame rate of the project. Improved reliability when using the Object Tracker in linked storylines. Improved reliability when using Send to Compressor with a compound clip that contains Object Tracker data. Improved functionality when selecting photos and videos with the Photos browser. Improved functionality when dragging photos and videos from the Photos app directly into Final Cut Pro. Improved performance when drawing waveforms. Improved reliability when playing audio from a clip that is reversed in the timeline. Fixed an issue where videos sometimes appeared monochrome. Improved reliability when removing effects from preset clips. Fixed an issue where opening a composite or multicam clip in a linked storyline would sometimes display an empty timeline. Fixed an issue where opening a project after changing its initial timecode would sometimes display an empty timeline. Improved reliability when using the keyboard to navigate in captions linked to a secondary storyline. Included an alpha channel when exporting a PNG file from the timeline.

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