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Walter Soyka
Re: FCP X as a database
on Nov 6, 2012 at 1:19:41 am

[alban egger] "To create a bin of clips with specific format or resolution created on a certain date with a mix of keywords and maybe marked as favorites in an instance out of thousands of clips and dozens reels and cameras is only possible with a database working in the background."

I think pretty much all bin-side (for lack of a better term) NLE functions are only possible with a database working in the background.


[alban egger] "But once you are used to sort your media with metadata, there is no way back... It might seem to be Gmailish- "search - not sort", but it is a reality in many productions nowadays."

I didn't mean it as a criticism. I think "search don't sort" is a great idea.

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