[Tig] Final Cut Pro X
patrick at bluegiraffe.tv
Thu May 26 17:50:39 BST 2011
Well I have to say that the FCPX news at NAB had a lukewarm reception to
say the least.
With Premiere Pro out there and Avid showing the next MC versions, it
to see the next generation of young editors hanging around the Avid and
to see what's new and exciting.
A lot of people seem to be moving bact to Avid and others drinking the
That used to be Apple.
On 26/05/2011 17:26, Owen Williams wrote:
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> According to reports from the NAB Supermeet demo, they seemed pretty
> insistent that FCPX was *the* next version of FCP, and that it was
> designed for professionals. They mentioned keyboard mapping and other
> things that they knew the pro crowd wanted to hear. At least in that
> presentation they weren't hedging their bets at all.
> It's more likely that the new FCP Express is imovie.
> On Thu, 2011-05-26 at 12:13 -0400, Skip Elsheimer wrote:
>> Is it possible that FCP-X is just a newer version Final Cut Express
>> and that Apple will continue to upgrade Final Cut Studio?
>> The pricing and interface seems to be aimed towards the low-end user.
>> On Thu, May 26, 2011 at 12:02 PM, Josh Petok<josh at joshpetok.com>
>> In my opinion, if FCP-X takes a year to integrate features
>> that editors MUST have, they will officially lose them
>> forever. For instance, look at what is happening with
>> HDCAM-SR. It has only been unavailable for 4 months and it set
>> the industry in a tailspin.
>> On May 26, 2011, at 7:29 AM, Owen Williams wrote:
>> > Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
>> > Support from Nucoda www.imagesystems.tv
>> > Bill Laverty supports the TIG
>> > ====
>> > I suspect FCPX will be like QTX in that the old version will
>> > be
>> > available for quite a while, even if they don't make it easy
>> > to find.
>> > It's very unlikely that FCPX will be at feature parity with
>> > FCP7 right
>> > away, maybe not for a year or more. I consider it version
>> > 1.0 of a
>> > next-generation editing platform, and it'll take time to
>> > implement the
>> > full raft of features editors require. I'd expect at least
>> > a couple
>> > years of wind-down incremental updates before FCP7
>> > disappears entirely
>> > (compare with Shake, for instance). I'm sure Adobe is
>> > eyeing all of
>> > those wary FCP users hungrily.
>> > Owen Williams
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>> > On Thu, 2011-05-26 at 09:39 -0400, Skip Elsheimer wrote:
>> > > Sohonet http://www.sohonet.co.uk sponsors the TIG.
>> > > If Final Cut Pro X is anything like Quicktime X, I would
>> > > avoid it like the
>> > > plague. They really messed up very useful program.
>> > >
>> > > Skip Elsheimer
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