Apple bugfix updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion & Compressor
Apple have updated their video Pro Apps to fix bugs found in previous versions. Apple list the following changes:
Motion 5.1.2, Compressor 4.1.3 and Final Cut Pro X 10.1.3
Fixes reliability issues when burning a Blu-ray Disc or creating a Blu-ray disk image
Final Cut Pro X 10.1.3
- Colour corrections pasted between clips are retained during Share
- Effects applied to clips in the Browser in prior versions of the app are retained when adding those clips to the timeline
- XML round-trip imports correctly when using gap clips
- Improves reliability of automatic library backups
- Imrpves stability when skimming growing clips in the Browser
The small (1-pixel) fault in the Divide, Arrows and Color Panels transitions hasn’t been fixed in 10.1.3.
Before updating installed applications, I suggest you archive the current versions in case you need to go back. Control-click each application icon in the Finder and choose the Compress command from the context menu. Rename the .zip file with the name of the application and the version number.
You should also back up your libraries, because the file format has changed with version 10.1.3, which means that if 10.1.3 turns out to have problems, you won’t be able to open libraries edited with 10.1.3 in 10.1.2:
No hidden feature updates found yet
In previous bugfix updates, Apple has sneaked in some new features and made small improvements. This time Apple haven’t added any commands to the list of commands that can be added to custom keyboard shortcuts. There are no changes to the text that is shown in dialog boxes. UI code for the English version hasn’t changed, but some bugs have been fixed in the UI code for the other languages that Final Cut supports: German, Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese.
To get the free update, go to Software Update in the Apple menu. More on using the App Store to update applications.
For the full rundown on the new features in June’s big Final Cut Pro X update read my post on 10.1.2.