Turney, Drew
November 2004
Inside Film;Nov2004, Issue 71, p57
This article presents information on several film editing software products. The multiple timelines offered by the Premiere Pro from Adobe let users experiment with several edits. With the use of the Final Cut Pro HD from Apple, editors will not have to wait for a sequence to render before watching it in real time. Let's EDIT from Canopus is a render-free offering with text and graphics layers with full motion controls for credits.


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