You can tell that Apple has either a smash hit or a huge debacle on its hands when a product becomes a punchline on late night TV. Conan O’ Brien lampoons Final Cut Pro X which got released Tuesday, immediately sparking criticism for its overhauled interface, the inability to import old projects (except for iMovie), removal of some features and what not.

Apparently it’s so different from the last version of Final Cut that video and film editor all over Hollywood have a very hard time adjusting to it.

He then proceeds showing off a video statement by his video editors “voicing their support” for the software. (Team Coco)

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3 Responses to “Conan O’Brien slams Final Cut Pro X”

  1. […] [9to5Mac via Conan O’Brien] powered by shantz-wp-prefix-suffix Tags: App, Apple, Conan, Cut, Final, Joke, mac, O’Brien, pro, Sarcasm, software, store, video, x […]

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  2. Bart says:

    Could be it’s just me, but the YouTube link appears to be down.

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  3. […] 9to5Mac is reporting that Final Cut Pro X as now “become a punchline on late night TV,” courtesy of Conan O’Brien and his new platform on TBS. O’Brien opens with “Apple just released a new version of their editing software, Final Cut Pro,” which most of his viewers are likely unfamiliar with in the first place. […]

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