LS&A Media Services has initiated support of Final Cut Pro (one of the new desktop editing programs). I will be the first faculty member to adopt this for F/V 300 Filmmaking I, F/V 400 Filmmaking II, and F/V 423 Practicum for the Screenwriter which will also use Final Cut Pro for Film post-production. All of these courses will use the new Cinema Tools software associated with Final Cut Pro which allows for editing 24 frames per second, in other words editing the film as film in a digital environment.