by Sebastian Wöber | 22nd June 2011
How is Final Cut Pro X for you? (polls) With Final Cut Pro X rolling out yesterday many of you have already installed and tested Apples latest toy. I hear there are very mixed feelings about this software which is a complete overhaul to all the prior Final Cut versions. It would be great to get some feedback organized in that poll on the left to find out how well Final Cut Pro X is working for DSLR filmmakers. Get Final Cut Pro X and share your opinion: Here’s one of the very few useful hands on videos on YouTube so far. I wonder if everybody else is too excited or just too disappointed to make hands on first look videos about it. I admit: The amount of times I hear the term “iMovie” in this video really scares me:Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 21st June 2011
by Sebastian Wöber | 15th June 2011
via Macrumors: Japanese blog Macotakara reports that Apple is apparently set to launch its new Final Cut Pro X offerings next week, to be accompanied by the release of a number of new Thunderbolt-equipped accessories from third-party vendors. As usual Apple remains silent about it’s product updates until they’re here, but according to the rumors we’ll finally see Final Cut Pro X next week alongside some new peripherals that make use of the new Thunderbolt highspeed ports. Is it the LaCie Little Big Disk that we were told would come out in spring? At NAB 2011 in April Apple announced that Final Cut Pro X would be released in the Apple App Store by June and cost $299. Here’s a grab of the 30 minute presentation from NAB 2011:Read more
by Sebastian Wöber | 13th June 2011
via Macrumors: Final Cut Pro X must be in late testing as even more screenshots from the upcoming release have been leaked to the internet. Twitter user @MortGoldman2 has posted a sequence of screenshots said to be from the upcoming Final Cut Pro X. The series of over 30 shots shows grabs of various tools/views including histogram, color balance, exposure, color grading and more. Final Cut Pro X is a new version of Final Cut Pro by Apple and said to be a complete rewrite of the Software. Some of it’s features include 64-bit, an architecture that will allow it to use all your cores for rendering, intelligent media organizer, compatible with DSLR and up to 4k footage, remove rolling shutter, clean audio and a lot more neat stuff. See a list of all features here. At NAB 2011 in April Apple announced that Final Cut Pro X would be released in the Apple App Store by June and cost $299.Read more
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