Final Cut Pro Test

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Ben Long, Feb 16, 2009.

  1. Yeah, I'm pretty much teaching myself everything, hotkeys, techniques, etc. It starts to become intuitive after a while, I guess, though it starts out not that way.

    And you might say I'm fairly serious about editing--I am trying to get a degree in Film and Video production after all...
  2. I guess your just going to totally ignore my post from 6 days ago then.

    No problem. I'll remember that.
  3. Hey, look at this cool post I just found and that I am not ignoring.

    So, to the best of knowledge, Final Cut Pro works really well around different video formats, so that shouldn't be too much of a problem. The program itself isn't too difficult to pick up--you just kind of need to memorize where different things are and what they do.

    I'm also told that Adobe Premiere is really great, so check that out.
  4. #24 Flyspazz, Feb 27, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 27, 2009
    cough**about time**cough:D

    Thanks Ben. I'm going to read up a little more on the details of different programs before getting anything. I want something good but I'm not trying to get a degree in editing or anything.
  5. The interface and workflow is pretty much the exact same. I use Final Cut Express. It is just lacking a couple of features, which is why it's cheaper than the pro version.

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