Philip Hodgetts Defends Apple Final Cut Pro X

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Consummate Final Cut Pro X defender Philip Hodgetts backs up his claims with both sales figures and personal experience in a new post on his blog. He writes, "I’ve got enough data points to be fairly confident that, as of October 2012, Final Cut Pro X has probably outsold Media Composer’s lifetime sales. I’m very confident that it’s outsold Final Cut Pro 1-2′s numbers 16 months after its release...What I have found to be pretty much universally true, is that those who embrace Final Cut Pro X for what it is, instead of trying to put 'old wine in new wineskins' find it very suitable and universally faster than any other NLE they’ve used."

Read his full post here.

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