Controversial or note, Apple’s Final Cut Pro X has won an Editor’s Choice Award (http://macte.ch/jCQu5) from “PC Magazine,” which rates it 9 out of a possible 10.
Among the comments by “PC World”: “Final Cut Pro X kicked off a storm in the pro video-editing community when Apple first released it. It lacked necessary capabilities they needed for their jobs—XML export and import, multicam editing, and broadcast monitor support. The third and latest update to the software brings just about everything the pros wanted, including a big one: multicam editing. Final Cut Pro X 10.0.3 ($299.99, free 30-day trial available) also brings beta support for broadcast monitors, detailed control over chroma-keying, and an XML update that enables a third-party plugin to import projects from Final Cut Pro 7. With each feature restoration, Apple has not just brought parity with earlier support, but has rethought it, making it both more powerful and easier to use.”