Digital Video Survey by: Digital Video Editing

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by tracym, Jul 28, 2003.

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    tracym Guest

    Digital Video Editing Survey
    Which nonlinear editor do you use?

    NewTek Toaster: 51.53%

    Adobe Premiere: 16.96%

    Vegas: 10.18%

    Final Cut Pro: 9.05%

    Avid: 4.36%

    Pinnacle: 2.26%

    Other: 1.62%

    Ulead Media Studio Pro: 1.29%

    DPS Velocity: 1.13%

    Media 100: 0.81%

    Sony Xpri: 0.48%

    Quantel: 0.32%

    Total Votes: 619

    That's how it stands this morning. Amazing that
    Vegas is now ahead of FCP.

    Adobe has gone down a bit from yesterday.
    tracym, Jul 28, 2003
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    nappy Guest

    nappy, Jul 28, 2003
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    Keith Clark Guest

    I wouldn't put much if any faith in surveys like this since anyone can
    reload the browser and vote as many times as they wish (I tried it).
    Keith Clark, Jul 28, 2003
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    MD Vid Guest

    So.....Who'd you vote for, so we know to discount that category?

    MD Vid, Jul 28, 2003
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    tracym Guest

    Oh, ha.
    tracym, Jul 28, 2003
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    nappy Guest

    A survey like this isn't even worth posting.
    nappy, Jul 28, 2003
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    tracym Guest

    Market share then.
    tracym, Jul 28, 2003
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    AnthonyR Guest

    If its only a couple of hundred people, then they must have a link to it on
    the newtek web site or something, cause I don't believe 51% of the people
    edit on the toaster! No freaking way.
    I seen their tiny table at DV East, it just can't be.
    Must have been all their staff voting about 10x each.
    It's like a new restaurant that parks all its employees cars in the lot,
    trying to give the impressing they are doing well in hopes of some business.
    That's my opinion, anyway.

    AnthonyR, Jul 29, 2003
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