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Antwort von domain:
If this software between Studio 14 and the MC 5 is located, it might be interesting, but only if it has at least the functionality of Liquid.
Antwort von Bernd E.:
The less creative names sometimes cause confusion (after all, there have long been a "studio" from the same Avid / Pinnacle-house), but here are ever more detailed information read: http://www.videoaktiv.de/201102155525/News/Editing/Avid-Studio-1.0-brandneue-Schnitt-Software-im-Test.html http://www.videoaktiv.de/Praxis+Technik/EDITING-Hintergrundinfo/Avid-Studio-1.0-erster-Test.html
Antwort von Frank B.:
Yes, the naming is more than weak. I have several times today after gegugelt Avid Studio to time even to get some info. It appears, however, always Avid Pinnacle Studio, which really is now something else.
In its beta test writes VideoAktiv that the program no longer allowed output to tape, which I think is silly, of course, already, since (certainly not only) I still have a HDV unit. For me, this is still a relatively safe backup tape media that I would like to continue to use first.
writes also active video: "On the functions of professional stock Avid seems to have largely dispense with the studio." It is unfortunately not discussed in detail on it, what are these functions. The times I have now very interested. Liquid was indeed a great color and white balance correction. The I was always very enthusiastic. Whether the lack of synonymous with the functions covered? Another important question also remains unanswered for me. Namely, whether there will be some time synonymous hardware support to enable a full-screen preview to a video monitor. Let's see what bring the first practical tests. Allows a complete feature list would be enough for me synonymous for now.