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Re: After a year has perception of FCPX changed?

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Chris Harlan
Re: After a year has perception of FCPX changed?
on May 27, 2012 at 10:23:36 am

[Charlie Austin] "Don't listen to internet opinions though, even mine. ;-) It's not all roses and kittens but give it a chance and you might be surprised. Playing with it on a fake project for a week doesn't count though, dive in ya chickens! lol If you don't like it, don't use it. But if you think it's not a pro app… you're totally, completely, unequivocally wrong. "

Sounds like you found your thing, man. That's cool. Me, I like tracks. I like the organization. I also like multiple timelines. But, you're right. With the latest version (.03/.04), its a matter of taste now, and not Toy v. Tool. I've been cutting some spots on Pr 6, this week, and am enjoying that, mostly because of the multiple timelines, which I like to use as bins. But, its nice to have some NLE diversity out there, and I'm happy to hear someone else in the promo world saying nice things about X.

Hey, I'm curious--when you cut that Duece Bigalow spot on ancient FCP--was it offline, or did you have one of those early Cineflex cards?

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