InqScribe and Final Cut Pro

We’ve recently seen a number of Final Cut Pro users taking a look at InqScribe. That’s fantastic and somewhat unexpected, if only because our background that led to the design of InqScribe was in educational research, not filmmaking or broadcast video.

But we’re certainly glad to see the interest and are working hard to add a few new features to make InqScribe even more attractive to FCP users.

We’d also love to hear from more FCP users about what they want out of InqScribe and how it might be able to better complement work in FCP. If you have any suggestions, please let us know.

posted July 01, 2006 by eric

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