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Frank Hool December 27th, 2007 04:17 AM

United Media Inc Multicam plugin
 
Is anybody out there real user of this product? Just checking from independent source that this product exist anyways. And if yes then any experiencies of usage.
Just its a bit unsure for me there is such product. Because of no reviews in internet, no trial versions etc...

Alessandro Garabaghi December 27th, 2007 11:50 AM

why dont u just use the multicam feature in premiere cs3?

Frank Hool December 27th, 2007 04:30 PM

or in CS2!!?? Answer is simpel as hell. Because of Adobes stupid policy to require SSE2 supportes CPU from CS2 unlike Vegas and almost all other pro editing tools.
Why i dont just use then Vegas. Because its crashing everytime i try to add clips to multicam editing.
So i start wonder about this united media multicam tool. But the more i waste my time gather information about it the more sure i am there never was such product available.

Edward Troxel December 27th, 2007 04:50 PM

Why don't you try using one of the scripts in vegas? Excalibur and Ultimate S have provided multi-cam in Vegas for years!

I've also played with the multi-cam in Vegas and it seems solid here. I'd be more concerned about figuring out why Vegas is crashing for you.

Ervin Farkas December 28th, 2007 12:08 PM

Frank, the software DOES exist, it is legitimate, it is being sold by several reputable websites here in the States.

Frank Hool December 29th, 2007 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Edward Troxel (Post 798946)
Why don't you try using one of the scripts in vegas? Excalibur and Ultimate S have provided multi-cam in Vegas for years!

Yes i tried, but in this certain case i see much more workable alternative:
http://www.dvinfo.net/conf/showthrea...light=multicam
Thanks to Barry Oppenheim for this!

Quote:

Originally Posted by Edward Troxel (Post 798946)
I've also played with the multi-cam in Vegas and it seems solid here. I'd be more concerned about figuring out why Vegas is crashing for you.

Yes i should be concerned which would end up changing my editing platform most probably:) But anyways i dont know Vegas secret life not so well as Premieres. So i don`t want waste my time take through all those beginners steps what i did about 10 yrs ago with premiere. In other words i can make quick desicion with premiere when i see some errors... to continue to find solution with given setup or start quickly search workaround.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ervin Farkas (Post 798946)
Frank, the software DOES exist

Have You seen this product with Your own eyes...is it stabile ...etc

Ervin Farkas January 9th, 2008 07:12 AM

No, I have not seen it - I work with PremPro 2.0 for multicam.


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