updated 10:05 pm EDT, Fri September 19, 2003
Videomaker has published a . "It used to be that you'd edit video in one app, drop out to another for audio and work with a totally separate one for compositing. Recently, we've seen more and more editors that do it all. Few, however, do it as well as Final Cut Pro 4," the article says. Reviewer D. Eric Franks praises FCP 4 for its "Soundtrack" audio-editing, "LiveType" title functions, batch output capabilities, and stabilllity. "Although previews and renders are slower, FCP4 itself is extremely lithe and responsive, lacking any noticeable pauses or delays when working."