Apple Final Cut Express 4.0.1 (Mac OSX)

Apple Final Cut Express 4.0.1 (Mac OSX)| 810 MB
Now you can edit like a pro with Final Cut Express 4. Start by capturing DV, HDV and AVCHD footage or import your movie from iMovie a?~08 - and discover the advanced moviemaking power at your disposal in the new, Open Format Timeline.
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Add dynamic titles and graphics using LiveType.
Final Cut Express 4 delivers all the tools you need to make great movies.
Applea?Ts powerful moviemaking package now supports the latest AVCHD cameras, features an open format Timeline, provides iMovie a?~08 compatibility, and offers sophisticated effects and filters.
*Built-in AVCHD
Offering plenty of creative options, Final Cut Express 4 lets you edit footage captured in the most popular
formats - including AVCHD.
* Simply connect your camcorder to your Mac, preview and select the AVCHD clips youa?Td like to import, and start editing your video.
*Open format Timeline
No need to worry about formats, frame rates, or conversions. Final Cut Express 4 provides an open format Timeline that handily accommodates DV (both NTSC and PAL) and HD footage simultaneously and in real time.Just drop video into the Timeline and edit away.
*Import iMovie a?~08 projects With iMovie a?~08, putting together a great movie is as quick as drag and drop. When you want to add professional polish to your project, simply export to Final Cut Express 4 and edit like a pro.
*Sophisticated FxPlug effects and filters
Add cinematic looks to your project with an expansive library of professional-quality transitions and filters and experiment with over 50 brand-new video effects, including Soft Focus, Vignette, Light Rays, and Line Art.
Burn/mount a disk image file(.iso/.dmg)in Mac
Follow the step below
1. Open Disk Utility, in the Utilities folder(/Applications/Utilities).
2. If the disk image you want to use doesn't appear in the list, drag its icon to the disk utility window.
3. Select the disk image and click Burn/mount.
4. If you select burn:Insert a blank CD OR DVD into your computer's optical drive and follow the onscreen prompts.