Apple recently updated its professional video editing software, Final Cut Pro, to version 10.1.3. The update adds reliability improvements and fixes several bugs. Of the various fixes, the issue which caused instability when burning a Blu-ray Disc has been fixed. The Cupertino California company also updated both the Compressor and Motion apps to reflect the resolved Blu-ray Disc burning issue. Among the other updates are color corrections pasted between clips, now being retained during Share.

Furthermore, the reliability of the automatic library backups has also improved, along with the stability of the software when skimming growing files in the browser. Those of you interested in reading about the list of changes can check out the full list below:

What's New

- Fixes reliability issues when burning a Blu-ray Disc or creating a Blu-ray disk image
- Color corrections pasted between clips are retained during Share
- Effects applied to clips in the Browser in prior versions of the app are retained when adding those clips to the timeline
- XML round-trip imports correctly when using gap clips
- Improves reliability of automatic library backups
- Improves stability when skimming growing files in the Browser
The recent minor Final Cut Pro update follows a previous update that added a slew of new features and improvements. Owners of the recently updated apps can download the new version from the App Store.

Source: Compressor, Final Cut Pro, Motion