Final Cut Pro X was born amid controversy.
And that is a shame, because if you ignore the trauma surrounding its birth, there’s a lot of exciting new technology, power, and ease of use hiding under the hood.
That got me thinking about writing this book.
When you decide to move to Final Cut Pro X, you are also deciding to make a transition—a transition from the system you were using to this new system. For some, that transition is easy. For others, it’s difficult. In all cases, it helps to have a guide to show you the way.
That’s the purpose of this book—to ease your transition into Final Cut Pro X.
Knowledge is knowing “how” to do something. Wisdom is knowing “why.” It is my hope that this book contains both. This ...