Apple Final Cut Pro as synonymous Avid MC are similar in many score - for me it is no question that a similar or the same target audience in order. Much more difficult it would be much cheaper with these NLEs, but more recent comparison. The operating concept is different there, significantly, resulting in an intuitive work is possible without a lengthy learning period. Similarly, such a direct NLEs work without transcoding to allow - it should still be everywhere prior art. This particularly applies to H.264-based format such as AVCHD. I do not think that a professional should feel offended if Apple or Avid would move a little more in that direction. Still, with Avid Pinnacle Studio show with iMovie and Apple that they s. below the end of the range of products have to offer some more.
Antwort von Axel:
I do not think that a professional should feel offended if Apple or Avid would move a little more in that direction. Still, with Avid Pinnacle Studio show with iMovie and Apple that they s. below the end of the range of products have to offer some more.
Amateur and professional, between them, there's still the (problem definition, OT discussion superfluous, threads already exist:) semi professionals, for simplicity so-called self-service s. below the end of the spectrum, usually with the so-called "prosumer" -- hardware. For them, it is typical, with getting a lot of different codecs to be done, HDV, DV, AVCHD, DVCProHD, XDCAM-EX. Since I find the propagation of ProRes a clever move by Apple and sovereign. Not with promises of bragging native editing, if this is in any case of doubtful reliability, and provides huge system requirements, and requires new architectures. Once through Quicktime X version anyway and 64-bit of NLEs AVCHD so runs natively, as nowhere else, the known, and I'm sure that Apple draws a fairly large membrane on the drum.
What the article is about the Clipverwaltung in FCS (as it happens programmers that there is confusion clip, which was provoked by the program itself?) Says is unfortunately true. Anyone who knows the issues, but get a grip.