By kind permission of the the guys who run the SuperMeets, we present the entire presentation lineup from the recent Boston event. DaVinci Resolve, Canon EOS, Autodesk Smoke, Avid Media Composer 6 and the editor of Black Swan are all on the billing.
The title is complete linkbait, but shortly after Apple acquired Final Cut that's exactly what Adobe wanted. For the last fortnight, we've been reading John Buck's excellent book Timeline Volume 2, a history of editing.
Digital Heaven have upgraded two of their popular plugins to work with Final Cut Pro X. If you want to repair dead pixels on your footage or perform custom resizing and crops within FCPX, these updates are worth a look.
UK camera and equipment rental house Onsight have published a 3D plugin for FCP 7. Now you can correct the left and right eye files with OS3D, a free non-watermarked plugin that they developed in-house for their own use.
Walter's comments about FCPX certainly created a stir when they were published. Premiered here on FCP.co by kind permission of the organisers is the full presentation from that night: "In Conversation with Walter Murch"