Premier 7 or Studio 9 - which??

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by Jackson, Feb 25, 2004.

  1. Jackson

    SjT Guest

    Are you being serious?
     
    SjT, Feb 26, 2004
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  2. Jackson

    KW_UK Guest

    deadly serious, not the whole thing, but parts of it were done in premiere,
    check out the special features disc
     
    KW_UK, Feb 26, 2004
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  3. Jackson

    Tony Morgan Guest

    It's hardly rocket science. All you have to do is read Adobe's copy.
    Since you're disparaging the views of friends who *have* upgraded,
    perhaps you could amplify, since by implication you have?
    Just do a Google on Premiere in this ng to see how many posts refer to
    the gizmo feature (compared with using non-gizmo features).
    What's ADD? Or are you simply being offensive to support your untenable
    views?
    Read the thread Subject. Or is that too difficult?
    There you go again, being offensive simply because you are incapable of
    engaging in dialogue.
    There you go again, being offensive simply because you are incapable of
    engaging in dialogue. The question(s) too difficult for you?
    On the contrary, Vegas allows you to turn good footage into a crappy
    movie just as well as with any other editor.
    But this thread seems to be all about paying lotsa money for something
    which (for the particular purchaser) does little or nothing to enable
    the production of good movies - much the same thing IMHO.

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    Tony Morgan
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    Tony Morgan, Feb 26, 2004
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  4. Jackson

    SjT Guest

    That's rather exciting :)

    It does nothing but crash on me so i'm glad i *ahem* tried it before
    buying it, i ended up investing in Vegas which was costly but i get on
    with it really well, i will miss after effects though :(
     
    SjT, Feb 26, 2004
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  5. Jackson

    KW_UK Guest

    i have just moved from ae to combustion, learning curve is steep!
     
    KW_UK, Feb 26, 2004
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  6. Jackson

    Dave R Guest

    Would there be any point? You've clearly made your mind up from your
    vast research. I'm sure you think that this is a cop out, but I
    couldn't care less.
    So are you against thread deviation now?

    I was simply calling on your constant beration of Premiere as a tool where
    people only use gizmos. You've demonstrated a capacity for the
    understanding that any decent NLE has gizmos, and any of them can turn
    good footage into a crappy movie in the wrong hands. Therefore I fail to
    understand your constant singling out of Premiere.

    I really didn't want to get into yet another extended dialogue with you.
    You have so many, I'm suprised you have the time.
    [snip x 3]

    How very repetitive. And dull.
    But the OP already had Premiere, and was looking to upgrade (hopeing to
    use his Matrox card) or whether or not to jump ship.
     
    Dave R, Feb 27, 2004
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  7. Jackson

    Jerry. Guest

    I suspect it's because Mr Morgan has tried to use previous version of
    Premiere and has failed, in fact he as all but admitted to that fact, his
    ego won't allow him to accept that others just might have more ability than
    he does - end result he will try to discredit anything that he can't use or
    afford himself.
    Someone who is retired and a troll makes for 'idle hands' and all that...
     
    Jerry., Feb 27, 2004
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  8. Jackson

    SjT Guest

    What's that then? :)

    Any links etc?
     
    SjT, Feb 27, 2004
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  9. Jackson

    KW_UK Guest

    It too, like after effects is a post production vide effects program.

    I will be using it mostly for motion tracking and colour correction/grading.

    It is made by discreet, the same people that make 3dsmax
     
    KW_UK, Feb 27, 2004
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  10. Jackson

    Martin Guest

    It stands for Attention Deficite Dis..........sorry, what was the question
    again?
     
    Martin, Mar 1, 2004
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