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April 13, 2011, 10:14 am
Well unless you use FCP and live under a rock, you know that FCP X was announced yesterday evening at the Supermeet at NAB. I culled through lots of the posts and comments and I must say it looks quite interesting. Here is a quick shot and a overview of the features:
April 13, 2011, 10:13 am
Larry Jordan posted today an interesting entry on his blog on the new Final Cut Pro X. Just to remind you Larry is a producer, director, editor, consultant and Apple-Certified trainer with over 25 years of video production and post-production experience who is currently using his award-winning skills in training editors to use Final Cut Studio. He is also the author of five books on Final Cut Studio, along with a monthly on-line newsletter...
April 13, 2011, 8:08 am
The new Final Cut Pro is a bold move – a totally redesigned interface, 64-bit memory addressing, multi-processor support, tight integration of metadata in the project file with metadata stored in the clip not just in the project, heavy use of automation to simplify tedious tasks, and a rethinking of the entire concept of what it means to edit.
April 13, 2011, 8:05 am
While I was following the premiere of the new Final Cut Pro X at the Las Vegas FCPUG Super Meet Up at NAB Tuesday night via Twitter (and posting some of the best tweets below), David Leitner, who is reporting for us from the conference, was in the room.
April 13, 2011, 8:03 am
I am, like so many others, very pleased Apple finally revamped FCP - its a good solid, detailed release; more substantial than the last three versions put together - BUT.... please let us not delude ourselves that this release is anything other than Apple playing catch up after having been very off the ball for the past 4 years.
April 13, 2011, 8:01 am
All the Final Cut Pro hype culminated tonight we some 1700 people filed into the Bally's Event center for the 2011 SuperMeet to get a sneak preview of the next Final Cut Pro. Once the people were seated and the music stopped we saw a slick presentation of a greatly redesigned application. New features abound but in the end I was left with a lot more questions than answers.
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