If youʼve spent any time at all cutting with Final Cut Pro, youʼve got a workﬂow for “the crash.” Its happened to all of us and we know the ﬁrst thing you do is dump the preferences you worked so hard to set up. After all, arenʼt preferences supposed to help your workﬂow? They do, but not when you have to rebuild them every time your system chokes on your project. Hollywood editor Ron Diamond ﬁgured there should be a simple solution, allowing you to keep your preferences and even take them with you. He created that solution and added many more features in a little app called, “Usermatic.” Published by Ronʼs company Edit Groove, “Usermatic” is a real timesaver and in some cases a life saver. Ron even offers a discount to WFJ listeners! Plus, Kai Pradel from MediaSilo unveils the goodies behind the 2.0 release for online video workﬂow.
Ron Diamond, Edit Groove
Kai Pradel, MediaSilo