CommandPost supports macOS Big Sur, Monterey & Ventura.
It has native support for both Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
We use Apple’s built-in Accessibility API, which requires both Accessibility and Screen Recording permissions, so that we can determine window and button positions. You can learn more here.
Final Cut Pro
The latest version of CommandPost requires Final Cut Pro 10.6.5 or later.
It works great on the latest Final Cut Pro 10.6.6.
You can find Final Cut Pro's system requirements here.
You can use CommandPost to trigger keyboard shortcuts and menubar items on any macOS application.
If you want to access the menubar items of other applications in the CommandPost Search Console, make sure you enable Scan Running Application Menubars on Startup and Scan Running Application Menubars on Startup in the General preferences. These are options are off by default for performance.
It has basic support for Adobe After Effects 2020 and later.
It has limited experimental support for DaVinci Resolve 16.2.7 and later. We hope to offer much deeper DaVinci Resolve support in the future.
Older versions of macOS
If you're using Catalina, you can still download CommandPost v1.4.13.
If you're using Mojave, you can still download CommandPost v1.2.16.