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Re: Who's opinion matters to you?

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Fredy SchwerdtnerRe: Who's opinion matters to you?
by on Jul 6, 2011 at 5:49:46 pm

I totally agree with Jim Glickert ! I have been following the posts of these 3 guys, specially David Roth Weiss who I don't know how, always "find" my questions around here and ALWAYS come with some very, very good thoughts. He has always given some kind of advice that mekes me see a light at the end of the tunnel.
I've been surfing around to read everything about FCPX, following the tutorials from Kevin P McAuliffe, the Ripple Training guys and what I can realize is that the App is not ready for those PROs who own a Post Production company that work for Broadcast and Hollywood feature films Industry but maybe it is ok for the rest.
"The Rest" is probably the market I've been working for, Corporate Videos, Training Videos, Internet, Intranets. I'm not a Youtuber and I'm not editing or doing any kind of post-production for a feature film, then let's say I'm a Junior Pro hopping to be Big. I wont take the word Pro from the title because I make money from my work.
I hope Apple come with things to make the PROs around Creative Cow happier. That way I will not loose contact with them. And I will always hear something from them.
Today I'm waiting to hear from David Lawrence, who post an intresting thread.

http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/335/9060

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