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Apple brings Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro to iPad

Updated: Nov 29, 2023

As technology continues to advance, we are seeing more and more powerful tools becoming available on tablets. Two of the most popular software for video and audio editing, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro are no exception.


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With the release of these professional-grade apps for the iPad, it's time to make a compelling case for a tablet-based studio.


The Convenience of a Portable Studio


One of the biggest advantages of using Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on the iPad is the convenience of having a portable studio. With the iPad, you can take your editing and production work with you anywhere you go.


This is particularly useful for those who travel frequently or need to work on the go. You no longer need to lug around a heavy laptop or desktop computer to get your work done. With the iPad, you can work from anywhere, whether it's on a plane, in a coffee shop, or at home on the couch.


Seamless Integration with Other Apple Devices


Another advantage of using Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on the iPad is the seamless integration with other Apple devices. If you own an iPhone, Mac, or Apple Watch, you can use these devices to control your editing and production work on the iPad.


For example, you can use your iPhone as a remote control to play, pause, and scrub through your video or audio clips. This integration allows you to work more efficiently and with greater precision, making your editing and production work more polished and professional.


Cost-Effective Solution for Video and Audio Editing


A third advantage of using Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro on the iPad is the cost-effectiveness of the solution. With the release of these apps for the iPad, you can now get professional-grade video and audio editing software for a fraction of the cost of a desktop computer.


This makes it an ideal solution for small businesses, freelancers, and hobbyists who want to produce high-quality video and audio content without breaking the bank.


Pricing and Availability


Starting Tuesday, May 23, Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for iPad will each be available on the App Store for INR 499 per month or INR 4,999 per year with a one-month free trial.8 Final Cut Pro is compatible with M1 chip iPad models or later, and Logic Pro will be available on A12 Bionic chip iPad models or later.


Considering that Final Cut Pro for Mac costs $300 (a cost that’ll get you six years of Final Cut Pro on the iPad), it’s not surprising that the feature set isn’t exactly one-to-one. Though, using the name Final Cut Pro obviously carries some expectations that you’ll be able to do the same things with this iPad app that you can on the Mac.


Final Cut Pro for iPad and Logic Pro for iPad require iPadOS 16.4. For more information, visit [apple.com/in/final-cut-pro-for-iPad](http://apple.com/in/final-cut-pro-for-ipad) and [apple.com/in/logic-pro-for-ipad](http://apple.com/in/logic-pro-for-ipad).


Conclusion


In conclusion, with the release of Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro for the iPad, it's time to make a compelling case for a tablet-based studio.


The convenience of a portable studio, seamless integration with other Apple devices, and the cost-effectiveness of the solution makes it an ideal choice for those who want to produce high-quality video and audio content without being tied to a desktop computer.


So, whether you're a professional video or audio editor, a small business owner, or a hobbyist, consider the iPad as a viable option for your editing and production needs.

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