November 13, 2012, 10:08 PM
One of the many things that has amazed me about FCPX is the speed at which it has evolved. When first launched most were rightly skeptical about its ability to replace FCP 7 in their workflow and rightly so. The new application was incredibly powerful in a lot of really good ways but, as with all things creative, it was only as good as its worst feature or its greatest deficiency and some of FCPX 1.0's worst bits were surprisingly mighty bad indeed.#fcpx#final cut pro#update
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