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final cut

[′fīn·əl ′kət]
(mining engineering)
In surface mining, the pit that remains after the final pass through the deposit.
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You can book by calling into The Final Cut, 253 Woodstock Road, Belfast, or phone 02890 459266.
The combination of Final Cut Pro's powerful editing features and CineWave's uncompressed real-time effects gives video professionals access to quality and performance previously reserved for only high end post-production facilities.
It's good to see the company opening up and extending this offer to Final Cut Pro users so they can experience how the flexibility and speed of Media Composer can benefit their creative process.
Final Cut Pro X is not just an upgraded version of Final Cut Studio, but a complete rewrite with a ton of positive performance, but missing a lot of key legacy features," says Mike Cavanagh, president of Key Code Media.
1 provides a full range of operations, from simple re-touching to complex 3D compositing, is launched from the Final Cut Pro timeline and uses optical flow image analysis to re-time, track and stabilise shots.
I'm blown away by what Apple has done with Final Cut Pro," said Angus Wall, Academy Award-winning film editor.
4 million users and 50 percent of the market,* Final Cut Pro is the number one professional video editing application," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
Suggested retail price is GBP199 (inc VAT), and owners of previous versions of Final Cut Express can upgrade to Final Cut Express HD 3.
Whether producing a 30-second spot, the nightly news or a major motion picture, Final Cut Studio is the choice of editors around the world," said Rob Schoeben, Apple's vice president of Applications Product Marketing.
Computer maker Apple Computer Inc has announced it is now shipping the first Universal version of its Final Cut Studio video production suite.
Names that didn't make the final cut included Cactus Creek and Chuck Yeager, after the renowned test pilot who was the first to break the sound barrier in 1947 at Edwards Air Force Base.