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Re: Has anyone else noticed this? Game over, great job by Apple.

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Bret WilliamsRe: Has anyone else noticed this? Game over, great job by Apple.
by on Apr 21, 2012 at 12:37:23 am

I'd really really really like to know how it is fast. This is the slowest clunkiest editor I've ever used. I'm giving it a whirl on what should be it's bread and butter. A testimonials project. Lots to log. Works great for organization and logging. Although you need multiple event windows. Like premiere sorta. But all this grouping and connecting only makes for a good practiced demonstration. I don't need to be breaking apart and reconnecting. I don't need workarounds to make split edits. I don't need 3rd party plugins for a drop shadow on an alpha channel graphic. And I'm blown away that there isn't a soft edged crop. You STILL apparently can't copy and paste keyframes. Probably the first thing I complained about in FCP 1.x. But now, you can't even paste attributes.

FCP X is kinda like Android. I actually thought it was better than it was until I tried it.


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