Final Cut Pro X has been enhanced with a powerful feature: the integration of third-party extension workflows.

This means that other companies can create functions for the video editing program, which can then be used in the design of the main program. These enhancements make it easy to use common tools that improve post-production, including review and approval, Shutterstock archive browsing and purchasing, and CatDV media asset management.

There’s also a new filter in Motion, the add-on to Final Cut X: Tiny Planet. This allows you to use the effect shown below.

Final Cut Pro X costs 299.99 dollars, the additional programs Motion and Compressor each 49.99. The update is free, even for those who purchased the program years ago.