Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Final Cut Pro X - Update with XML

It's here, finally.  Do you hear angels singing in the background?  Or maybe it's just in my head.  They sound nice.

Apple has released an update to Final Cut Pro X that supports XML support.  Now all the complainers can go from a Final Cut Pro 7 project to a Final Cut Pro X project with a little less complaining.

Apple is also offering a 30 day Trial for Free.  That means you can now see exactly why you wasted your money on Adobe Premiere CS5.5, when you could have got something twice as good for twice as less.

The aspect I most enjoy about Final Cut Pro X is the ability to composite effects from within Final Cut Pro X.  Also, the fact that the software engine is shared with Motion 5 means that any one can now create any effect, transition or animated title in real time without the need of plugins.  If you don't believe me, do a Google search for "Free Final Cut Pro X plugins" and you'll find hundreds of end-user made plugins for free.  Now, the only limitation is our imagination.

Anyway, go to Apple and check it out.


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