Last week Apple released FCP X and as you already know, it is dramatically different than Final Cut Pro 7. Today, if you're cutting on Final Cut Pro, there is a looming reality that at some point in the not-so-distant future your facility will be forced to implement a new NLE. It might be FCP X, Media Composer, or Premiere; but any way you look at it, it's a new NLE.
So to get prepared for your not-so-distant decision, you should consider how this will impact your business.
- What NLE and 3rd Party products will support my workflow?
- What NLE and ecosystem will provide the right level of multi-editor collaboration?
- What is the cost for hardware and software?
- How much time and effort will it take to transition?
- What are the Pros/Cons and benefits of each?
ProMAX is presenting a 3 part Webinar series in July, focusing on these specific questions.
- July 14th @ 10am pst - Switching from Final Cut Pro 7 to Adobe: Cost, Infrastructure Changes, Collaboration & Benefits
- July 21st @ 10am pst - Switching from Final Cut Pro 7 to Avid: Cost, Infrastructure Changes, Collaboration & Benefits
- July 28th @ 10am pst - Switching from Final Cut Pro 7 to FCP X:Cost Infrastructure Changes, Collaboration & Benefits
If you don't have the time to go through the webinar series and want answers now, please contact us for a private workflow consultation.
We look forward to helping you make the best decision for your business!