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Re: Why We Can't Use Final Cut Pro X at Our Companies

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Mark SuszkoRe: Why We Can't Use Final Cut Pro X at Our Companies
by on Jun 23, 2011 at 12:17:30 am

I think if you can get your hands on a brand-new still shrink-wrapped copy of FCP7 and/or FCSuite 3, you should buy it and hold it a few weeks because I believe demand is going to shoot up in the next week or so as some folks really panic, or just want to have a spare copy as "insurance" for an existing shop... and you might even double your money. FCS 3 new in box will become like Cuban Cohibas, like Detective Comics issue Number 1, (okay, maybe not that huge).

As far as a newbie getting their hands on FCS3 or FCP-7, all the "support" you need is already here on the COW. Apple won't replace a broken data disk and I don;t know if their help desks will remain active, but they'll likely keep their forum archives up for at least a year, so you can look up threads about common problems there. FCP7 works as well today as it did yesterday.

If I had the money I would get a copy of FCS3 for my home use, I do have a copy of v.6 I bought used, destined for an older imac, for home projects. Haven't installed it yet. It will be a while before I can afford a machine hot enough to run FCP-x anyhow, and the office has no plans to get it any time soon. Now, that seems like wisdom, ...instead of just poverty.:-)


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