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Old 17-11-2002, 11:36 PM   #1
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we've had discussions about the "best" compositing software, but what about editing software? which ones the "best"?
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Adobeee's premiere... it is simple and powerful... now that's what i want in a software. i've got premiere 6... and for Mac's, from what i've heard, final cut pro (remember, i did not use it, and i dont know how good it is)
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ive never used premiere, but im going to assume that simple means less tools? that was the case with max :p
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nem: nope, simple means simple to use and talking about powerful the realtime preview feature in 6.5 just rocks
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premiere is the one which has a similar interface to after effects right? cos i think i know which one ur talking about
what about programs like avid xpress DV and avid D|S ? heard of them?
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Originally posted by tariqrf
Adobeee's premiere... it is simple and powerful... now that's what i want in a software. i've got premiere 6... and for Mac's, from what i've heard, final cut pro (remember, i did not use it, and i dont know how good it is)
Same opinion here.

Although, I've never used Avid, and I've always wanted to try it...
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ok, i think i should have asked this question first cos ive been searching around on the net and im confused now
what makes a good editing package?
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One often forgotten app is Sonic Foundry's Vegas Video. It's quite nice nowadays. There's a save disabled demoversion too. I didn't like the UI too much but I think that was because I'm so used to Premiere's way to do things...

http://www.sonicfoundry.com/PRODUCTS...ct.asp?PID=612
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Premier is very unstable, it likes to crash at random.

I've not used 6.5, but 6.0 is a shocker.
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