Intelligent Assistance, Inc has released Project X27 (Project 10 to 7) that translates Final Cut Pro X XML for use in Final Cut Pro 7 and other applications that support Final Cut Pro 7 XML, such as Color, Premiere Pro and much more.
“Many people are interested in exploring Final Cut Pro X, but need to access current tools like Color, Soundtrack Pro, Final Cut Server,” says Intelligent Assistance CEO Philip Hodgetts, “or export OMF via Final Cut Pro 7.”
With Project X27, a Final Cut Pro X Project XML is ready for:
• Final Cut Server
• Premiere Pro and then dynamic link to
• After Effects
• Encore (for real Blu-ray authoring)
• Final Cut Pro 7 and then to
• Soundtrack Pro
• Motion 4
• OMF output for ProTools, etc.
• EDL export
• Print to tape and Edit to tape
• other Final Cut Pro 7 XML workflow tools (such as Sequence Clip Reporter for stock footage and music cue sheet reports).
While perfect fidelity between the two applications isn’t possible, already working is a Final Cut Pro X Project with:
• Titles at the start and end;
• a mixture of primary storyline and connected clips;
• a mix of active and inactive clips;
• large numbers of J and L cuts;
• to-do markers and regular markers;
• spot audio effects; and
• cross-dissolve transitions.
Project X27 is available now from AssistedEditing.com for $49.99.