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Old January 19th, 2007, 10:39 PM   #31
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Yeah bro, looks like it's getting around kinda slowly. There was only one topic on the forum about it.

I use Avid for some news stuff, but generally I say if you have a mac...edit with FCP. I've never had the pleasure to work with film, though I'd love too, so a lot of the avid commands seem foreign when compared to old tape to tape cuts edit commands. Premiere could very likely scream on a dual core intel mac...there is definite potential. In the past I may have been skeptical about a 'port' to mac, but that was generally because 1. 6.5 sucked and it's been a long time since its release 2. Those old versions ran on OS 8/9 and honestly they were as crash worthy as a copy of windows ME.

Today OSX runs on a sophisticated UNIX engine which manages memory far superior to XP and has many dedicated system functions that compliment activities such as video editing. One thing that is especially compelling to me is the potential that MAYBE, JUST MAYBE I'll be able to run this version (after some code-breakers have some time) on my Linux distro. If that becomes the case I'm going to be one of the happiest editors on the planet.
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Old January 19th, 2007, 11:21 PM   #32
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MAYBE, JUST MAYBE I'll be able to run this version (after some code-breakers have some time) on my Linux distro. If that becomes the case I'm going to be one of the happiest editors on the planet.
That is my wish too. Aside gaming and editing I could drop XP like a sack of dung.
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