October 29, 2012 | Geeks Union
Released in April of this year, Apple’s Final Cut Pro X video editing software initially faced some pretty harsh criticism. Many videographers saw the new version as a step back, as it lacked a number of important features that they had grown accustomed to. These included multicamera editing and support for RED cameras. Users were also dismayed to learn that they would not be able to import projects from Final Cut Pro 7 without data loss.
Apple stated that the revamped architecture of the new Read more [...]