Larry Jordan’s Thoughts on the Future of Apple Final Cut Pro [v]

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With the pace of development slowing for Apple Final Cut Pro on the Mac, here are some of Larry Jordan’s thoughts on what he sees as its future.


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2 Responses to Larry Jordan’s Thoughts on the Future of Apple Final Cut Pro [v]

  1. Andy Irwin says:

    Hard pill to swallow Larry. Thank you for giving your wisdom on this. I’ve been full throttle Final Cut/Motion for 15 years and it’s served me well so it’s hard to push myself to learn something else at 41. Hearing you say this is probably the shake up I needed to begin moonlighting Davinci. *sigh*

    Grateful for what you do.

    • Larry says:


      Yeah, I use Final Cut every week. And I plan to continue. But, Apple is slowly getting left in the dust. Not today, and not tomorrow, but “soon-ish” we need consider the possibility that we need to move on. The burden is on Apple to convince us to stay. Sigh…


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