Apple recently updated its pro-level video editing app Final Cut Pro with several minor feature additions and the usual bug fixes. Another iteration of Xcode was also released addressing crashing issues which were experienced when coding in Swift.

With the recent update, Final Cut Pro 10.1.4, the Cupertino California company brings native Material eXchange Format (MXF) import, edit and export features via the Pro Video Formats 2.0 software update as well as the option to export AVC-Intra MXF files. The most recent iteration also supports import and editing of Panasonic AVC-LongG media. As far as bugs go, the recent update fixes several issues with automatic library backups, improper import of clips from Canon and Sanyo cameras and an issue that could interrupt long imports when OS X’s power-saving App Nap feature was active. Stabilization and rolling shutter reduction now also work with 240 fps video, which is a much appreciated feature considering the frame rate is supported by the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

Those of you who are existing users will be able to download the update for free whereas users considering purchasing the software can do so from the Mac App Store for $299.99.

Apple’s Xcode development suite also moved to version 6.1.1 with today’s update and includes software development kits for OS X 10.10 Yosemite, OS X 10.9 Mavericks and iOS 8.1. This particular update seems to be minor and only includes a fix for SourceKit crashes when working with Apple’s new Swift programming language. Much like the usual, the update also includes general bug fixes and performance improvements.

Source: iTunes (Final Cut Pro) (Xcode)