Don’t call it iMovie Pro any more: FCPX grows up with multicam, enhanced XML for third-party apps, and broadcast monitoring.
It’s been over five months since Apple upended the video editing world with Final Cut Pro X. On second thought, maybe it’s not so bad.
Apple delivers several solutions in FCPX 10.0.1; unfortunately, they’re solutions to Apple’s own design problems.
Multi-camera editing is still missing, however, leaving pros without a crucial tool.
Blogger wants dissatisfied buyers to ask Apple for a refund on August 29, “Let your voice be heard.”
It’s pro vs. con, with Larry Jordan taking the pro side and Jan Ozer taking the con. Is Final Cut Pro X a bold new way of working or a major mistake?
In this comprehensive look at what Final Cut Pro X has and what it lacks, Jan Ozer finds innovation, inflexibility, and surprising omissions.