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An Editor’s Guide to Adobe by Jeff I. Greenberg, Robbie Carman, Richard Harrington

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Appendix D. Working with Final Cut Pro

With over a million users, Final Cut Pro has clearly made its mark on the editorial ecosystem.

Thanks to XML, Adobe Premiere Pro is able to transfer a project to or from Final Cut Pro. In fact, Adobe is able to retain more back and forth information than any other manufacturer when it comes to moving projects and media.

Knowing what issues might develop when you’re trying to transfer work between these two tools will help you best plan your workflow.

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Adobe Premiere Pro/Final Cut Pro Interoperability

By using XML, you can send projects and media to and from Final Cut Pro. Major items, such as clips and sequences, ...

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