Apple launched out their new Final Cut Pro X video editing software this week stating “Everything just changed In Post”, due to the new software being completely rebuilt from scratch. This rebuild has changed the why the application works but has also removed a number of features professional users had become accustomed to using the required for their daily work flow.
Some professionals have now said that the new Final Cut Pro X application is no longer Final Cut but a new “iMovie Pro” application. But as with any new application rebuilt from scratch there are bound to be changes which are going to alienate a few users.
Its still early days for the new application and Apple has announced its Final Cut Pro X software will receive regular updates every 6 months to address issues that have been raised by both professional and amateur users.
Final Cut Pro X is now available within the Mac App Store for $299 and includes new features such as its Magnetic Timeline both other professional audio export features have been omitted byApple in this first release.
Source : Macgasm