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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Garysam, May 21, 2014.

  1. Garysam

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    What video editing software are you using?
     
  2. CallMeAlan

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    Final Cut Pro X. Apparently iMovie also works quite well.
     
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    I use iMovie but see the limitations versus Final Cut Pro X. iMovie will work and work pretty well. However, you need to FCPX to be elite.
     
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    Get Premiere Pro! Smokes final cut crap!
     
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    Started with iMovie and GoPro Studio now I am using FCPX for the price you can not beat it .
    GL!
     
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    Is there anything you wish FCPX could do, that it's not capable of
     
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    I have CS5, so I'm not going to refute the power of Premiere Pro, but I wouldn't go so far as to call Final Cut crap. You have to also consider the disparity in price points.
     
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    FCP X is buggy and crash-prone, but I LOVE IT.

    I edit video for a living (24 years in TV, 38 Emmy awards). FCP X is perfect for blending multiple formats and frame rates, plus the color correction and retiming, and great plug-ins.

    Look for Ripple Training and some of the free (YouTube) training videos to learn the interface.

    See some of my FCP X editing here:
    http://youtube.com/BrendanKeefeMMJ