How announced two weeks ago, Apple has released its professional apps for video and music production for the iPad. The two apps Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro can be downloaded onto the iPad free of charge and used in full for a month without a subscription. A subscription must then be taken out for the full range of functions. This costs EUR 4,99 per month or EUR 49 per year. For one-off productions, short series, an album or the like, this can be a very cheap alternative to the Mac versions of the apps. At least if you already have a compatible iPad at hand.
The new Final Cut Pro app for iPadOS enables professional video creation and post-production using familiar features adapted for tablet computers. There are also new application options, such as using the Apple Pencil 2. The minimum requirements for the Apple tablet to use Final Cut Pro are the A12 Bionic Chip and the iPadOS 16.4 operating system. However, this does not cover all functions. Which features require which hardware as well as further information and last but not least the download of Final Cut Pro for the iPad can be found in the App Store.
The Logic Pro app for iPadOS was released at the same time and enables professional music production on the iPad. Not only have the interface and menus been adapted for use on tablet computers, but using them in this form also opens up new application possibilities. To import notes, chords and melodies you need e.g. B. not necessarily a MIDI keyboard or keyboard - the virtual keyboard on the display can be used. Here, too, at least the A12 Bionic Chip and the operating system iPadOS 16.4 are required. After the free trial period, there are the subscription options mentioned above. Everything else including the download can be found in the App Store.
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