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Explaining the biggest difference in FCE and FCP, The Filters. And some buying advice
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Hey guys, this is a quick video on the differences between final cut express and final cut pro. As you can see, I have those both open side by side here. This is the final cut express on the left, final cut pro on the right as you can see. First final cut pro has these quick shortcuts.
Now, I want to show you the main thing here. Video filters and look at the number of video filters I have for final cut pro, and it even scrolls down, and let me go over here and show you the video filters available and I am going to click on this. The menu bar final cut express is over here. There are the video filters of final cut express.
So, as you can see, this far of editing has the ability to go they are the exact thing application but it is where the effects and stuff is where final cut pro really excels, as you can see we switched back to final cut pro. Video filters are ungodly compared in the transitions. I will be going to show you the transitions in the express, two of them.
Now, this is 3.5 version four may have more audio filters. Actually, it is a shame that they put more audio filters and now they do almost video filters. Final cut pro has an open format timeline for final cut express 3.5 do not but four does but they took sound track out of four.
So, I recommend if you go in final cut express, find the used copy of 3.5 on e-bay then upgrade to four for $89.00 at Amazon and you can have your sound track. They really crippled the suite. Final cut four is worth the upgrade if you got the final cut pro 3.5.
If you do not have 3.5 get 3.5 before four, that way you could just have sound track. Because sound track really increase the quality of your production and there is a lot more differences mainly. A lot more differences in these apps but as far as editing goes no.
The tool sets the same, everything like that. The time line is the same. Everything works the same. It is just like in-depth features like the video filters and etcetera. That will make the final cut pro so much more powerful and the final cut pro also has a medium manager which would helps you encode all these good stuff and final cut express. I am not too sure about but mainly all I want to show you is the amount of effects that shift with final cut pro. I mean I got a few of my own in here compared to the amount of effects that shift on final cut express. We will see you guys next time.