1.0(1999.4/20,英語版のみ)


■システム条件:
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=60225
===================================
Final Cut Pro 1.0: System Requirements
This article outlines the system requirements for Final Cut Pro 1.0

A Power Macintosh G3/266 computer (G3/300 or faster required for DV)
Mac OS 8.5 or later
128 MB of RAM
A CD-ROM drive
A 6 GB, A/V (Audio/Video rated) drive (16 GB recommended)
A true-color display
ATI built-in video support on G3 models (required for DV)
An Apple FireWire or other QuickTime-compatible digital video card for capturing videofrom an external source or exporting video to tape
The correct FireWire or device control cable and any additional cables you may need for connecting your deck or camcorder to your computer

Note: Final Cut Pro 1.0 is not supported on iMac, Power Mac G4 or PowerBook products.
===================================

■スペック:
http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=60306
===================================
Final Cut Pro 1.0: Specifications
This article outlines the specifications for Final Cut Pro 1.0.

For system requirements, please see:

Article 60225 “Final Cut Pro 1.0: System Requirements.”

See the Final Cut Pro web page at http://www.apple.com/finalcutpro/techspecs/io.html for a list of DV supported cameras, decks and sources.

Input and output formats
DV video using FireWire
Composite analog (NTSC) and component analog (NTSC) using Pinnacle Systems TARGA products or other certified QuickTime-compatible cards. (Final Cut Pro works with the Pinnacle Systems TARGA series of video capture cards. See www.apple.com/finalcutpro for information on other certified cards).
All QuickTime video and file formats, including Motion and Photo JPEG, Sorenson, Cinepak, and more
Standard image formats (BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, Photoshop, PICT, PNG, QuickTime Image, SGI, TARGA, TIFF) with alpha channels maintained (import only)
Standard sound formats, including AIFF, WAV, and various compressions
Export in QuickTime web-streaming format
Import and export of common EDLs with preread options

Video capture
Multiple resolutions and redigitizing options
Batch digitizing into bins
Support for marking subclips during digitizing
Ability to add scene, shot, take, and comment notations to footage as it is being digitized
Waveform monitor

Printing to tape and exporting
Instant playback of cuts
Insert and assemble to tape using device control
Up to 4,000×4,000-pixel resolution in any combination, including ITU-R 601 720×486-pixel and 720×576-nonsquare pixel options
Compressed or uncompressed output
60-field processing
Certified performance on Pinnacle Systems TARGA cards and other cards that have qualified QuickTime drivers. (Final Cut Pro works with the Pinnacle Systems TARGA series of video capture cards. See www.apple.com/finalcutpro for information on other certified cards).

Editing
Three-point editing
Match frame for replacing edits
L cuts
Multitrack trimming
Multiple actions, including insert, overlay, and replace
Ability to back-time edits in a single step
Active track targeting
Numerical trimming from timeline
Slip trimming and slide trimming
Support for editing and trimming using black (null) space, and for replacing black
Sync multiple video edits to a single audio track
Sync detection and automatic correction
Markers with or without comments and durations
Choice of editing with offline or online files
One-step transition and superimpose edit mode
Inline transitions instead of A/B model

Compositing and effects
Direct manipulation of video and images
Graphical and numeric control of acceleration and velocity
Unlimited compositing layers
Import of Adobe Photoshop files with layers maintained
Subpixel motion accuracy
Insertion of fully editable submasters
Text generator
Keyframe-based filters
Real-time wire frame views
Bézier motion path controls with acceleration control
More than 75 built-in filters and keying effects
Support for third-party Adobe After Effects plug-ins, including Ultimatte
FXBuilder scripting language for creating custom filters and compositing effects
Ability to apply effects to time ranges, not just clips
Photoshop-like transfer modes, such as multiply and lighten
Multiple compositing methods, including alpha, blue and green screen, luminance, and more
Automatic alpha compositing
Time effects such as slow motion with frame blending
Motion blur and sophisticated image deinterlacing
Multiprocessor rendering
Four user-defined rendering qualities for fast previews
Separate render cache for each quality setting
More than 60 predefined transitions

Audio capabilities
Sampling at 8 to 48 kHz and 8 to 16 bits
Mixing of audio during video playback
Audio pan controls
Logarithmic audio fades
Scrubbing with or without pitch shifting
Automatic, single-step audio transitions
More than 12 audio filters, including three-band and parametric equalizer, compressor/limiter, 60/120-Hz hum remover, and noise gate

Media management
Multiple bins and folders for clip and effects storage
Icon and detail list views by name and other parameters
Ability to open multiple projects and programs
Support for multi-item sorts, sifts, and searches
Storage of clip information in 34 bin categories such as file size, frame rate, and comments
Optional subclips
===================================

2017年6月
« 5月    
 1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
2627282930