Posted on Wednesday, June 29th, 2011 by David Chen
It has only been about one week since Apple released Final Cut Pro X, but the response has been fast and furious: many professional editors have found it totally inadequate for their needs, and some surmise it will never become the industry standard that Final Cut 7 was, regardless of how many updates it receives.
Apple has finally issued an official response in the form of a FAQ page. But does it sufficiently address the concerns of industry professionals?
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I’ve been closely following the recent release of Final Cut Pro X, and I’m sure many of you have been as well. I have never edited any video professionally, but having recently purchased some DSLRs with solid HD video capabilities, I was excited that Apple would be releasing a new version of Final Cut Pro that not only simplified and expedited the video editing process, but also only cost $300 in the Mac App Store. However, the recent critical firestorm surrounding the release of Final Cut Pro X has given even me pause about clicking that “Buy” button.
Hit the jump for more details and to share your thoughts on Final Cut Pro X.
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