Final Cut Pro X and Compressor 4 – Review – Part II

Randy Ubillos, chief architect for video applications, Apple - and his main passion in life: iMovie.

Apple’s slogan for FCPX is ‘everything just changed in post’. It certainly did. Upon the shifting sands of technology there’s only one constant – your creativity. As we see when tech moves on, it matters more than 10 years of editing experience on previous software. Apple have swept that away in the blink of an eye.

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Apple silent on FCPX plugin support

Amidst the excitement for the dramatic FCPX revamp, EOSHD is starting to get a better picture of what Apple man Larry Jordan meant when he said FCPX is ‘not ready for professional use’. As we know Final Cut Pro X is a ground up rewrite of the popular editing software. It had to be since the FCP7 was based atop of code and design dating back to 1999. There comes a point where development must start afresh to best make use of current hardware.

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Final Cut Pro X released next week with mystery Apple ‘Thunderbolt product’

FCPX and 'Thunderbolt Product' due June 20th

Apple Insider reports that FCP-X is being readied for the App Store and will be released in the final week of June 2011. Slightly less highly anticipated but of just as much intrigue is that Apple are said to be releasing an as yet revealed Thunderbolt product alongside FCP-X.

What could it be?

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