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Jim GibertiRe: A really smooth jump to PP CS6...
by on May 10, 2012 at 5:40:37 pm

[Neil Sadwelkar] "But if you need to quickly put together a set of disparate scenes like in a docu together, quickly classify material without making subclips and bins, to tackle the usual colour jumps, camera shake, and turn out a result and publish it to the world on YouTube or Vimeo or distribute it as a movie to a closed group via, say, Dropbox or some such resource... then FCP X does it all."

You make it sound as if it's not appropriate for doing broadcast work Neil, which it certainly is.

While it may not be the best tool for episodic work (depending on your workflow, it obviously is for some) It's a lot more than a Dropbox, youtube app...I don't get that point at all.

It outputs beautiful quality broadcast spots very quickly, and that's a pretty big chunk of the pro work being done for broadcast.


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