“There is a lot more FCPX buzz and FCPX-centric activity at and around NAB this year than there has been in recent years,” Richard Taylor writes for FCPX.TV.
“All signs point to a major update to Final Cut Pro X,” Taylor writes. “2014 saw improvements for FCPX that benefited a small but important minority of high end users. 2015 should check off the many long standing requests that the majority of FCP working editors have been requesting for years. Millions of working editors from around the globe. Fulfilling their feature requests will also benefit high end shops.”
Taylor writes, “I suspect that the FCPX team is working on something major for 2015 and that is why we didn’t see the kind of feature updates last year as we did in the prior two years.”
Much more, including a list of all of the many new features and upgrades Taylor expects in the next version of Final Cut Pro X, in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Note: NAB 2015 takes place in Las Vegas and runs from April 11-16 (exhibits April 13-16). More info: nabshow.com.