Final Cut Pro X
That series of rumbles you heard coming from Cupertino last week was the result of the release of Final Cut Pro X, a complete rethinking of Apple’s professional video editing application. While many prosumers were intrigued by the latest Final Cut, a significant number of professionals working in the movie, TV, and post-production industries were anything but impressed. To help separate facts, fiction, and fear, I asked Final Cut Pro pro Gary Adcock to join my on this episode of the podcast.
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We’ve covered many sides of Final Cut Pro X. Take a look at Gary’s first look at the application and his review, Serenity Caldwell’s How Apple Re-cut Final Cut Pro for the Better, and Ted Landau’s Troubleshooting Final Cut Pro X.
Gary Adcock is a Chicago-based consultant who specializes in building workflows for film and television productions. He is the founder and past president of the Chicago Final Cut Users Group, Tech Chairman of the NAB Director of Photography Conference, and a member of the I/A Local 600/ Camera Guild Training Committee, teaching tapeless production techniques and workflows to professional camera operators. His writings and musing can be found at his blog on Creative Cow.
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Final Cut Pro X
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