Haven't outgrown Premiere...am simply ticked off that it only runs on XP
(and that Adobe's customer support sucks big time)
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On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Piper Cub wrote:
> i'm in grad school for film/video now at Columbia
> College Chicago. i've used Premiere (have it at home)
> and FCP (school) and Avid (school and home). FCP and
> Avid are both equal in functionality, though FCP is
> more user-friendly from the get-go. Avid has a more
> stable history and is great once you learn the
> shortcuts. as far as i know, FCP only runs on Mac.
> Avid runs on both. Avid runs best on XP though (the
> latest versions (XPress DV & XPress Pro) demand it).
> I'm thinking you've outgrown Premiere? If so, Avid or
> FCP are probably your best choices. Both have
> educational discounts to students/faculty through
> various programs (Studica.com, Apple, etc) and at
> least Avid can be had for around $400.
> Good luck!
> B. Rich
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