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Mike Warmels
Re: What makes X fast? Tom Knows.
on Mar 19, 2016 at 10:13:38 pm

I work for a client who has chosen to work exclusively on FCPX. They have an editing bay with 10 suits working with SAN. That's quite the adventure itself.

I myself work on my own system, on a MacPro Trashcan I bought to be able to work properly on FCPX. (Avid still runs excellently on my old MacPro as well as on the new one). So we exchange libraries and I work on copies of media they have on their SAN. So when I start finishing rough cuts into final cuts we go into one of their suits. And after that, they export the cuts for audio mixing and broadcast masters.

And then there's a group of editors that get hired to work there, also work for a post-production facility that works on FCPX. With about five or six suits, on MAcPro trashcans and SAN.

But... the issues I run into, they also run into. Even a lot of fellow directors of mine working on all kinds of Apple machines (MBP, iMac etc) experience sluggishness etc. Even though my cuts are much closer to a finished product than theirs. So I do try to cut everything as well as I can, including split edits, overshoots, graphics, preliminary color correction, music pre-mix, SFX, the lot... So I use a lot of the tools. But... it's nothing uber complicated. I've done this collaborative process for years, on AVID and FCP7. But it's never felt so hard as with FCPX.


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