The first was a barbarian. The second was a destroyer.
The third is a red head.
This is what I’m bitching about so much on Facebook, guys.
For the average person I imagine that they don’t understand what the big deal with Final Cut (Pro) X turning it’s back on the professional community is about. I respect that, but for people who have used FCP in a professional setting for closing in on 10 years, who have touted the value of the system as competitive with software like Avid that was at the time priced beyond the reach of the freelance editor without a bank loan. This is the professional digital video equivalent to the sensation of watching Episode I for the first time in the theaters. The sense of betrayal is strong with this one…
I promise I’ll get back to writing my own blogs this weekend rather than just posting other people’s things.