“Final Cut Pro HD is an impressive step forward on many fronts. For editors who have already been using previous versions of Final Cut Pro , it adds greater stability, power, and many new and useful features. For those who have not yet really discovered the program, this version is an excellent place to start,” David Leathers writes for Corporate Media News.
“I think many editors, myself included, considered previous versions of Final Cut Pro to be very interesting and useful for some purposes, but not necessarily strong enough in a number of areas to be the system of choice for some of the more critical and demanding projects. Generally speaking, this version overcomes most of my previous concerns and achieves the kind of performance that I have been looking for. I’m running it on a G5 with a 23-inch Apple Cinema Display and 4 GB of RAM,” Leathers writes.
“With this configuration at least, the performance is very satisfying for most operations, and the system is extremely flexible when it comes to formats and operations,” Leathers writes. “The tight integration with Apple’s other pro applications, including Motion and DVD Studio Pro provides additional benefits that are well targeted to the needs of a wide range of projects.”
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