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Michael Wohl - features of Final Cut Pro X

The little "things" that makes FCPX unique

Michael Wohl - Final Cut Pro X

Recorded at the FCPUG, IBC Supermeet, Sept. 11, 2011

Michael Wohl, who worked on the original Final Cut Pro development team, shows how to get the most out of Final Cut Pro X, by learning the subtle features and hidden tricks to speed up your workflow. Underneath the hood what appears obvious are many little "things" that makes this editor unique.

Michael Wohl worked for Adobe in the mid-1990's and was involved with Premiere in the days when Premiere was one of the only affordable video editors around. He then moved to Macromedia as part of the original team put together to produce Final Cut Pro. He is credited as being one of the original designers of Apple's Emmy award winning Final Cut Pro software.

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