Say Goodbye to FCP7 and Hello to a New NLE
FCP7-Featured-865x505It's been 5 years since Apple abandoned Final Cut Pro 7 and it's loyal user base. They did give you a choice, to move on to their completely new video editor FCPX or jump ship to Premiere Pro, Media Composer or another NLE. It amazes me how many editors are still hanging on and editing with FCP 7. It's time to wake up and smell the coffee folks. There are so many outstanding options that offer you tremendous features, dramatically improved performance and the ability to edit your HD, 2K and even 4K footage natively. In this great article you get a great rundown of your options. Read the article, download trial versions, give them a test drive and move to a new NLE!
PremiumBeat by MIchael Maher It’s been five years since Apple last updated Final Cut Pro 7. Let’s take a look at how video production and other NLEs have changed since. Five years ago, Apple released 7.0.3 — the final update to Final Cut Pro 7. That year, the BP Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico and WikiLeaks dominated news headlines. Apple released the iPhone 4. Inception was the most talked about film, and independent videographers were all getting their hands on the Canon 7D. Even with all the advancements in camera technology over the past five years, there are still plenty of users editing on Final Cut Pro 7. I’ll admit it… even I still use FCP7 on an occasional project. I had absolutely mastered Final Cut Pro over the years, but with the release of FCPX I was left with a void. Since then, I have dabbled in most of the other NLEs, but I could just never get myself to fully breakaway from FCP7. Now that we are entering an era where most cell phones will shoot 4K footage, and 360 degree videos can be watched on YouTube and Facebook, it’s time to let FCP7 die. The software just can’t handle production needs anymore. Let’s take a look at some of the available options for video editors still caught in NLE limbo. read more...

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A customer contacted our technicians through the live chat this morning asking one of the most frequently asked questions we hear: “Which video editing application is best for me?” We certainly understand the question and when you really dive in deep to research it you will find pros and cons reported by other users that may or may not be important to you. The truth is, the technology has come to the point that the final video production is going to look great regardless of which application you choose. The answer then is that the best solution is going to be the one that you feel most comfortable using. Fortunately, all of the major applications now have trial software available for you to download and use before you make a purchasing decision. http://www.videoguys.com/blog/news-and-sales/try-before-you-buy-free-video-editing-software-downloads-available-for-most-applications/
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