Final Cut Server - The Final Cut Server Client Workflow

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An Introduction to the Final Cut Server Client

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Stage 2:

Editing the Media and Project

This stage of editing within your organization can include creating and editing a
Final Cut Pro project, creating and revising artwork and graphic overlays or motion effects,
or other workflows your organization uses to create projects for client review. The final
part of this stage involves putting all the finished pieces together into a review copy of
the project.

Stage 3:

Reviewing and Approving the Project

This stage may involve your coworkers or clients logging in to Final Cut Server and viewing
the project or sending copies of the project out for review. If your Final Cut Server
administrator has configured your system to automatically send out Review and Approve
emails, they are used in this stage.

Stage 4:

Outputting and Archiving the Final Media and Project

This stage includes creating backup copies of the assets and archiving the final assets in
Final Cut Server.

Final Cut Server can be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization’s
workflow. For more information, contact your Final Cut Server administrator.