- Ability to add custom folders of audio files to the Sound Effects browser
- Using ripple delete on audio-only clips no longer disables the selected range
- Audio meters retain custom width after relaunch
- Improves responsiveness when editing very long projects
- Improves performance when exporting H.264 files and changing frame rate
- Exporting ProRes 4444 files with transparency using Compressor creates a correct alpha channel
- Fixes an issue in which adjusting the line spacing of multi-line titles only applied to the first line
- Fixes an issue in which secondary storylines with mixed roles could overlap in the timeline
- Fixes an issue that could prevent burning Final Cut Pro projects to DVD via Apple USB SuperDrive
"- Improves responsiveness when editing very long projects"
I just bought all the components for a fresh Hackintosh ONLY because of the (frankly ridiculous) timeline drag-lag in a feature length timeline in FCPX. So while I'm really hoping this is improved, I also feel like it could have happened 3 days earlier to save me 2000$ (and the hassle of putting a computer together for the first time)...
10.3.2 has been extensively tested by everyone who had reported the drag-lag issue, and I can confirm that this update has solved the problem. A great day for everyone who works on long and complex timelines.
I am suddenly getting import/transcoding errors with the new FCPX. Some H.264 MP4s I import will import without video (all black) but audio is intact. This doesn't happen with every file, just some. Quicktime X opens the MP4s the same way. However Quicktime 7 (the best Quicktime which I'm sure you all agree) opens the MP4s without issue. Nothing has changed or is different about my MP4s.