Martin Gosset has emailed us to say that his interactive PDF about FCPX (written in French) has been updated. Many more pages, tips, a reference and of course that new name.
There's no doubt that reading graphic manuals has become a very popular way to learn how to use software. We published details about Martin's first edition of the book back in June of this year. It started off as a reference tool for his students and expanded into a full blown training resource. He had already written a similar PDF for Final Cut Pro 7.
The new version called "Dans les Chaussettes de FCP X" (In the socks of FCPX) has expanded to 270 pages (about twice the first version) which are split up into 7 chapters in the PDF:
As you can see there has been a huge amount of work put into the new version and that's reflected in the price rise to ¢9.50, which as Martin point out is about the same as a double cheeseburger!
If French is your first language, this is a no-brainer. Having a publication like this close at hand is good for reference and it's also great for just flicking through when rendering. (Do we render anymore?)
Martin is also after some help in translating the PDF into English, which we will look forward to as our French lurks at the level of being able to buy a coffee and a croissant.