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Tim Kolb
Re: Skip Conforming Audio in Premiere Pro?
on Nov 2, 2005 at 5:22:20 am

[Video Opp] "They can skip a few versions. It is a choice. For me, if just one new feature saves me only one hour of time or frustration, it is worth the cost of the upgrade. I would have my credit card out every month, if I knew that a feature would save me time."

Bringing out a revised software package is not a no-cost endeavor. bringing an upgrade out every other quarter is do-able for a plugin or patching a major app, but to re-release an entire major app even twice a year would be a challenge to say the least.

FWIW, I'm with you on the can be a pain and should be switchable. For the record, I'm not sure that Adobe is fighting this. After v1, the complaints were pretty plain...however the entire audio portion of the software bases its functionality on the conformed audio concept so there are a lot of items that need re-coding and I suspect that Adobe wasn't defying user's most likely came down to what was possible to re-do in a given period of time for a dot release.


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