Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro and Perspective-3 weeks in

July 12, 2011 — 3 Comments

IMUG and MediaMotion Ball community Founder Carey Dissmore shares a bit of his perspective three weeks after the release of the polarizing Final Cut Pro X. While the noise has started to lessen, a lot of editors remain bewildered as to what lies ahead for them. Should they switch editing platforms? Should they wait?

Carey brings his unique perspective on these & other issues, self-employment and has a few words for Apple as well.

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3 responses to Final Cut Pro X, Premiere Pro and Perspective-3 weeks in

  1. Thanks for your thoughts. They pretty much mirror my own, though I have yet to make the purchase of the Adobe Master Suite. Meantime, I am taking my second AVID class. While a very different, and often archaic interface, it is solid and can be fast for certain tasks. I’m sure I’ll get to actually liking it. Some day. Not yet. Keep the shiny side up.

    Pi (π)
    iPaul, the Cranky Yankee

  2. Great post! Im still using FCP 6 and was actually about to purchase FCP X before I started hearing about all the issues. This post gave me some great insight and a great point of view on the new product.

    Caleb Gilbertson

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