30
Jun
11

the most comprehensive review of fcp-x i’ve read

Written by Ron Brinkman, click here to read the entire post.  5 minutes of your time you will thank me for suggesting you take.  My favorite excerpt:

Use Apple’s tools to take you as far as they can – they’re an incredible bargain in terms of price-performance.  But once you’re ready to move up to the next level, find yourself a software provider whose life-blood flows only as long as they keep their professional customers happy.  It only makes sense.

Interestingly enough, there’s a link to LightWorks in the comments.

Free to try, and it’s good enough for cutting dozens of feature films, including The King’s Speech.  Let’s see here, native every-format-you-want-support, native stereoscopic editing, a development roadmap

proactively * …hrmmm, oh really… * peter

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1 Response to “the most comprehensive review of fcp-x i’ve read”


  1. July 4, 2011 at 6:33 am

    Peter – thanks for this insightful review. I read the entire article, especially the many comments.


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