Atomos Offers Integration With Final Cut Pro X
Atomos, the maker of portable devices for recording to the Apple ProRes codec, says its Ninja and soon-to-be-released Samurai field recorders will be integrated with Final Cut Pro X. Both the HDMI-equipped Ninja and the HD-SDI Samurai can record up to eight hours of ProRes video onto a single HDD. The compact recorders also work with fast, affordable SSDs, and both devices offer support for ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422, and ProRes 422 LT. Priced at $995 and $1595, respectively, the Ninja and Samurai include all accessories required to start shooting and editing.
Atomos recorders come with touchscreens, video monitors and a “continuous-power” battery-looping system to create a visually-lossless, file-based workflow with ProRes and Final Cut Pro X. After recording, simply place your Atomos media drive into the supplied docking station and start editing immediately; no copying, no transcoding, no legacy capture cards.
All Atomos products feature high-quality monitors and 6-10 hours of battery life with supplied batteries.