Re: Final cut pro
- Thanks for the input Michael and Steve.
Michael you mentioned smoother graphics, and that is what I have been
looking to do. iMovie produces generic and rough around the edges
Editing in FCP was MUCH more fun to do than iMovie, the learning curve
is just a little higher, which is why iMovie is so simple in the first
place, so anyone can edit a movie.
--- In email@example.com, "Verdi" <michael@m...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Marc Adams" <k41d3n@y...> wrote:
> > Steve,
> > Thanks for that, I got it working after a fashion.
> > I made my first vid using final cut pro and livetype.
> > best.purchase.ever.
> > Check it out and tell me if I did ok:
> > http://haterade.net/show.jsp?aid=56
> > Is it my imagination, or does Final Cut Pro make better quality video
> > than iMovie?
> > It seems like it is much higher quality.
> This video looks great for 2 reasons - Hight bit rate 3ivx! and it
> was output via Final Cut Pro. It's not your imagination. Last week I
> did a side by side test with Dylan's video. Same 3ivx settings from
> iMove vs Final Cut Pro. The compressed video output was much better
> from FCP - especially the graphics. I have no idea why this is! FCP
> should be using the same QuickTime and 3ivx software as iMovie when