Apple publishes a support document outlining Final Cut Pro X support for external graphics recently. Hence the document not only has a variety of notes which not only paves the way to have a Final Cut Pro X, where the users gained benefits from an eGPU setup.
With there being two ways of enabling the external graphics enhancements, which has a Final Cut Pro X the most obvious way connecting your Thunderbolt 3 eGPU with an external display and run on a Final Cut Pro X on the external display.
Hence, with the second method involving the usage of “Prefer External GPU” setting for apps which you wish to boost with an external graphics is a new option which made its debut in macOS Mojave.
Thus with this being covered on how to use the Prefer External GPU feature with the previous posts with as easy as performing a ‘Get Info’ on the app with what one must wish on which enabling and checking the Prefer External GPU box.
Hence the macOS Mojave, where Apple being noted has some graphics processing in Final Cut Pro X which one can handle off to the external GPU also tends to provide benefits in the following ways:
• Playback projects improved with colour correction and video effects.
• Performance improvement when working with 3D titles.
• Effects of faster analysis include stabilization and optical flow retiming.
• Rendering faster complex project timelines.
• Export of faster complex project timelines.
With an interesting news for Final Cut Pro X users which means not only will the timeline work have been rendering by giving an eGPU boost but also exports complex timelines which may see a potential benefit as well.
Thus by finally concluding a fact the sources being taken from 9to5mac, one must note that Final Cut Pro X is a professional and non-linear video editing application which enables to edit videos being captured and hence with the above features getting advanced, it will be more useful within the users of Apple for macOS Mojave for graphics processing.