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Herb SevushRe: audio in FCPX
by on Feb 22, 2012 at 2:58:10 am

[Bill Davis] " this opinion only has weight for those who are coming to X from a very particular mindset - that of the professional video editor working in a high-volume, complex workflow professional practice who is accustomed to having access to specific tools that address common problems faced at the highest level of "sound for picture" practice."

Splitting your audio over multiple sources is hardly the provenance of high end video. I've done it for years back when I was making corporate videos. You may not use that technique, but it's very common, no matter the budget, and any NLE that can't handle it is seriously lacking.

PPro version 1 was very clumsy dealing with this back in 2005 which is why I chose FCP over it 7 years ago. I was shocked that PPro couldn't deal with this properly then, I'm more shocked that 7 years later it's a problem for FCPX. This is very basic stuff, even if it means nothing to you.

Herb Sevush
Zebra Productions
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