The future of the cut and Apple's has once again discovered. Ironically, one can only be seen by means of iMovie how other NLE Manufacturer with the next version of Final Cut Studio mercilessly reined in and stomped into the ground ... Hats off.
Antwort von Axel:
The future of the cut ...
This has to be synonymous but to say that the future of the cut and even the future of - ähhm - command input (word, which tastes like DOS) walks off of the mouse and the direction of current touch screen and gestures. iMovie, which has always worked with mouse and keyboard and on normal computers that still work (as I was still pretty silly), could not fool it. I fear though that it is now not there yet, but I wanted full trackpad support à la iPad in the new iMovie Final Cut Pro. It should behave conservatively when the mouse antrippelt and very eager to learn, when the fingers come into play.
Antwort von Jott:
The current Final Cut Pro already understands a lot of special gestures (Magic trackpad) - who wants, can already get used to it.