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    Quote Originally Posted by jason.adams View Post
    Lets keep it friendly. Grinner of your 200 some posts on this forum 78 of them are in this Avid forum. For someone so desperately unhappy with the Avid you certainly spend a lot of time here.
    His time spent in Avid forums is understandable when you consider this:

    http://leaders.creativecow.net/leaders/hester_grinner/

    Obviously Mr. Grinner Hester has plenty of experience with Avid as well as being a Mod over at Creative Cow. I would say his opinions should be valued.

    PANASONIC AF100 - SIGMA SD1 still photography -
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    For Hire - Los Angeles based, World Traveler
    I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by canceling it.



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    Grinner: You're whining is beyond broken record status. You're venting between here and Creative Cow (who knows where else) with the same old schtick: Avid screwed me, Avid blows, Avid-this, Avid-that, blah, blah, whine, whine, whine, waaahhhh.

    You seem to want everyone to know how much you spent on your Adrenaline (5 Figures!) like it's some sort of badge-of-honor. A fallen victim, a proud foot soldier taken down by the evil Avid empire.

    Get over it already and go buy Final Cut. There is a forum for you. Actually, there are several. Maybe they'd be more receptive to welcoming a new convert from the 'dark side' of Avid. I care about what you have to say about as much as you care about your own grammar and spelling.


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    Is it true that the Animatte in MC is also easily created in Adobe Premiere CS3?


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    it offers animate-able masks just like the masks in AE or like animatte.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grinner View Post
    it offers animate-able masks just like the masks in AE or like animatte.
    So if one buys the whole master collection or just the video production suite, he/she can do almost anything from editing to DVD production, correct?


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