Final Cut Pro.

Making an honest effort to learn Final Cut Pro. On chapter 4 in a book Paul purchased (Doing a chapter a day…). I’m finding it pretty intuitive and similar to other software I know. It’s like Illustrator and Photoshop in that there are carry overs from the pre-digital days. Like artboards, dodging and burning for those programs, most users will have never worked with bins, a moviola and/or splicer like I did in film school.

I wouldn’t want to go back. This is far too easy, cheap and fun!

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