About the Final Cut Pro X trial

Learn more about the Final Cut Pro X trial.

Is a trial version of Final Cut Pro X available?

Yes, you can download a free, fully-functional 30-day trial of the latest version of Final Cut Pro X.

When do the 30 days of the trial start?

Your free trial will expire 30 days after you open the application for the first time.

Where can I purchase Final Cut Pro X when the 30-day trial expires?

Final Cut Pro X is available exclusively from the Mac App Store.

What are the features and system requirements for Final Cut Pro X?

Learn all about the features in Final Cut Pro X, and about Final Cut Pro X system requirements.

What media formats are supported in Final Cut Pro X?

Read about the media formats supported by Final Cut Pro X.

What cameras and devices work with Final Cut Pro X?

Learn more about the cameras supported by Final Cut Pro X.

Are there any support or training resources to help me troubleshoot and learn Final Cut Pro X during my 30-day trial?

Can I use the libraries I create in the Final Cut Pro X trial in the full version of Final Cut Pro X when I purchase it from the Mac App Store?

You can continue to work with libraries you created with the Final Cut Pro X trial after you purchase and install Final Cut Pro X from the Mac App Store.

Does the Final Cut Pro X trial have any limitations?

The only limitation is the 30-day time period. The Final Cut Pro X trial is fully functional.

When I purchase Final Cut Pro X from the Mac App Store, what should I do with the Final Cut Pro X trial application?

You can remove the Final Cut Pro X trial application from your computer.

Can I install the Final Cut Pro X trial on a computer with Final Cut Studio (2009) already installed?

You can install the Final Cut Pro X trial and use it on a computer that already has Final Cut Studio (2009) installed. Be sure to verify that the computer you want to install the Final Cut Pro X trial on meets the system requirements for the Final Cut Pro X trial.

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