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Jeremy Garchow
Re: Premiere Pro CC it is then?
on May 6, 2013 at 10:09:30 pm

[Sandeep Sajeev] "Sure. The issue is what happens down the line.

I had to revisit an old Nike spot I cut a couple of years ago last week, and I opened up FCP7 and made the changes the agency needed. This is the type of thing that concerns me."


I hear you.

A big difference is that fcp7 hasn't changed much since you created that project a few years ago.

Pr, on the other hand, has changed a bunch in the last few years.

I guess that I have never felt that these projects are truly "mine". Big companies can and will do what they want in order to stay in business, just like you mentioned.

I can't really afford to sit around and worry too much.

With fcpx, the program seems to change so much in every realeae, I'm not sure if old projects are going to work on the next point release.

I do understand the concern.


[Sandeep Sajeev] "There's always XML, but again we'll have to make the assumption that all that info will translate flawlessly into the newer version of the software. And we saw how well that worked with 7 and X."

Yes, XML is a decent long term archiving solution, but it won't be perfect.

Nothing will be, even perpetual licenses.


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