Final Cut Pro X's Speed Might Be a Good Reason to Switch Back to It

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With therelease of Final Cut Pro X 10.3, Premium Beat's Tanner Shinnick wonders whether it's time to return to working with Final Cut Pro after initially abandoning it for Premiere Pro.

He writes, "Simply put, FCPX sounds like it is simply just faster than its competitors. For me, it’s starting to sound like if you’re editing on a Mac, cutting on FCPX is an obvious choice for efficiency. When editing, I like to be able to do so quickly and smoothly. Although, switching back will involve a learning curve, it seems like it will save time in the long run."

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