Clear Cut Pictures has invested£170,000 in five new suites as it field tests Final Cut Pro's capabilities.
Clear Cut Pictures has invested £170,000 in five new suites as it field tests Final Cut Pro's capabilities.
The west London facility has brought in a Final Cut Pro standard and high-definition online system on which to cut Global Dimming
for Dox Productions as part of the BBC Horizon
strand. It is supplying Avid Adrenalines and LightWorks Touch in the remaining new rooms. The additional suites bring Clear Cut's total offline offering to 25 suites.
The purchase of the Apple FCP online system could prove to be a significant step for Clear Cut.
Managing director Horacio Queiro said: 'If this production goes well then we will begin to supply training, kit and services to production companies. Final Cut Pro will have a place in the industry, we intend to see how capable it is first though.'
Clear Cut posts Horizon, Crimewatch
and The Money Programme
for the BBC. It has also posted Mummy Autopsy
for Discovery and drama series Facing the Music
for Channel 4.