AppleInsider has new shots, including Motion: AppleInsider | Images claim to show Apple’s Motion 5, Final Cut Pro X
Richard Taylor has an excellent new rundown on Ken Stone’s site: Final Cut Pro X Rundown
FCP X, the next version of Final Cut Pro will be released in June. It was shown at the SuperMeet during NAB. But the version was the same that was shown 6 weeks previous to a limited set of experts.
The following links speak to a number of issues that are interesting and provocative to other experts: What is coming and will it really be the next great thing…or will it be iMovie Plus. (Apple asserts that it will be the next great thing for post-produciton. The big news is that it is 64 bit, 4k media, background rendering, will use all the cores you can throw at it, gets rid of QuickTime as the base code – substituting AVFoundation – and $299.)
Digital Content Producer: FCPX: What It Might Mean
Terence & Philip Show: Episode 25: NAB and Final Cut Pro X
Phillip Hodgetts: What are my thoughts on Final Cut Pro X? – FilmmakingWebinars.com
Bonus: Digital Content Producer: Encoding for the Apple iPad, Part 1