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Please Help me, I must be wrong or FCPX is Terrible (I think it is ME)
I am posting here out of frustration.
I have been editing for years on premiere pro, and have actually gotten decent (to the point where as self taught I can and have been paid for my work and have made a side income from a youtube channel).
When my shiny new 2020 iMac arrived I figured that transitioning to final cut would be like when I moved from Cyberlink Powerdirector to PP, not that much of a learning curve,
I was really wrong.
There is so much I just do not seem to "get" and many things I really really miss about PP that I have literally gone back to make things in PP out of frustration.
Here are things I do not seem to be able to "get" in Final Cut
- The entire essential audio type experience is gone. No auto ducking at all (and I can use the range tool and that works) but audio seems frustrating to me.
- The magnetic timeline is great, but often times I am getting things like graphics "pinned" to these and cannot seem to move them as I want to as an overlay.
- Exporting is... well that is the worst part. I saw that working with HEVC should be a cinch, and exporting to h265 should take a fraction of the time, which it does in premiere pro, but compressor just takes FOREVER, with many of the times my project getting stuck and failing with random codes that make no sense to me.
Now it seems the main thing to do is just to blame the codec of my files (they are shot in a gopro hero 9 in the highest bitrate) or to say that I do not know what I am doing.
I am trying my best in a very tight schedule to get a skillshare class done on this, unless there is a better youtube series someone can recommend.
I really want to embrace this software, but where it seems very powerful (like auto color edits), it also feels very lackluster (like removing audio hum from a video).
Is this the case where I now need plugins to supplement what I have with Premiere pro and after effects?
Any experiences on transitioning would be great.
Yes Resolve is an alternative, it is installed but I want to work with these so called "premium apple experiences" before i say screw this and start working in just windows 10 in boot camp mode with premiere pro and call myself an idiot for overspending on this gorgeous hardware.
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