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Scott Sheriff
Re: FCP-X: Case study for biz schools
on Jun 24, 2011 at 6:37:27 pm

[Neil Hurwitz] "I'm sure it will
improve over time and don't forget that most here don't have a
clue what a CMX 3600 was and the next generation gunning for your
work won't have a clue what FCP was, But they will sure know how to
sing with FCPX."

Well, while they are singing with iMovie Pro, they are not going to get my day rate for running the CMX, or anything close.
Check this out from LA Craigs:

"We are seeking for a full time video editor to edit short segment video clips for our network of websites.

These are the requirements to apply and you must meet every single criteria:

- An expert in Final Cut Pro. We are looking to upgrade to FCP X...any knowledge of this would be very helpful.
- Be able to work in an extremely fast, high energy, fun environment.
- An expert in different video formats and the MAC OS X environment.
- Be able to edit on the fly, EXTREMELY fast when asked to turn around a job.
- Have general knowledge of celebrities.
- Work very organized and follow edit bay's organizational system.
- You must be creative. We don't want to spoon feed you when asking for a clip. You need to be able to understand on quick directions and turn the job around FAST.
- Our videos are very high energy and fast (average video is around 1 minute). Make sure you can cut a quick clip and not lose the audience.
- Have transportation to get to the office.
- Able to use teleprompter software.

In order to apply, please submit your resume and a link to your reel.

* Location: Burbank, CA
* Compensation: $15 per hour

I think the neighbors kid makes more mowing lawns.

Scott Sheriff

I have a system, it has stuff in it, and stuff hooked to it. I have a camera, it can record stuff. I read the manuals, and know how to use this stuff and lots of other stuff too.
You should be suitably impressed...

"If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur." ---Red Adair

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