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Re: Motion TRACKS versus FCP X Trackless

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Simon Ubsdell
Re: Motion TRACKS versus FCP X Trackless
on Feb 23, 2012 at 4:43:23 pm

[Jeremy Garchow] "Again, I have no idea how valuable my point is or if I know what I am talking about, or am qualified for your level of expertise, but good riddance to STP. The interchange sucked between 7 and STP."

I really do beg to differ, sorry!

As someone who has used ProTools for a considerable number of years and several other DAWs besides, can I say that STP was absolutely amazing and gave huge speed advantages when working with FCP.

There were any number of really great ideas in there that never got the chance to shine because of all the negative press that came from people who only ever opened it once, and probably didn't know what to expect anyway.

Yes, interchange could get a bit flaky with longer form but there was one thing in there that made me forgive all the rest, and that was reconform which in the main worked like a charm, and often jsut as well as Virtual Katy costing a serious amount of money. The amount of time this has saved me over the years has been priceless.

[Jeremy Garchow] "I would welcome Motion to be wrapped in to FCPX as well."

Forgive me if I'm wrong, but could this be because, like STP, you haven't used Motion all that much? I can't see that anyone who recognizes the astonishing depth and complexity, not to mention the massive potential, in Motion, could possibly want to see it diluted by being bundled into FCPX to its certain major detriment, as well as almost certainly the detriment of FCPX.

Please, Apple, if you're listening, shut your ears to this stuff!!!!!

Simon Ubsdell

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