• 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent experience.

    • Written by from Deerlijk

    FCP X has come a long way since its debut in 2011. Having used it successfully at the 2012 Olympic Games, we decided to completely switch to FCP X in our post houses in Brussels and in Paris. No regrets whatsoever. Since the 10.1 update it also has become a strong asset in large collaborative workflows and I see more and more television production companies adopting the application. Professional support from Apple has been great for us. FCP X offers the best ROI one can wish.

    1 of 1 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    Good once you learn it...

    • Written by from Broken Arrow

    I was one of the people who disliked Final Cut X because I couldn't do several things. Then, after using it for a while, I figured out how to do those things. If you can learn how to make groups and compound clips (command-g and alt-g, use w to make gaps, and the range tool, r, to export pieces of the timeline) you can do just about everything you did in Final Cut 7.

    I have a few frustrations with FCX, but I had problems with FC7 when I originally learned that. You will trade frustrations for different frustrations, but in the end, you can do much more with FCX than FC7, and faster.

    17 of 18 people found this useful

  • 5.0 out of 5 stars

    The future of editing!

    • Written by from Gonzales

    Many are short sighted because they don't understand the new workflow, but FCP X eliminates a lot of the mindless, tedious work, speeds overall workflow, and makes is easier to get a full production editing and done much faster.

    57 of 75 people found this useful