This might interest you: http://www.fcp.co/final-cut-pro/news/1174-editing-a-real-world-audi-job-in-final-cut-pro-x
I removed the "love" part just in case of some puritan
Seriously, thanks for the link. W . ell I don't know if Fcpx
Is the future honestly.
I would have liked a super GH3 and Avid pushing DS
The super GH3 aint there yet but we'll probably have it,
But on the post-prod side, is indeed where I think that
The real black hole is.
There are 3 possible scenarios.
- big prod, budget and crowd: Avid is workin brilliantly
- "one man show" business model: there is nothing optimum
- and then, something in the middle: maybe smoke,
And then, this weired fcpx. I'm not far to flip my thoughts
On this software 180 grades.
I don't like Apple politics of the recent years. But...
They may be once again visionary.
On today's panorama, fcpx seems to be the only app
That looks to the future and not the past.
Maybe Chris interest to give it a chance regardless
Of the bad reputation was a clever position.
What's sure, is that Morgan business model is going
To be the norm in a close future, for 80% of the work
Produced. What i see disapear is the middle term.
Imo, we are going to see 2 business models.
One like Morgan: very reduce team, cost efective,
And directly big budget prods.
If on the last one, tools already exist and work
There is something to be done for the first one
Both in capture and post.
we need small cameras that can deliver Alexa files
That allow direct workflow and can br operated
By one guy (nd, af etc...) and software
Fast, intuitive, and capable of covering 80% of the
Tasks without any sort of roundtripping.
Any brand that brings that on the table will rule
80% of this industry.