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EMC8 VS iMovie or iDVD


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iMovie and iDVD are like MyDVD 8 in EMC 8. However, iMovie and iDVD only work on Mac and EMC 8 works on Windows platform.

 

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I was just wondering if any one here uses EMC8 professionally.
And WHY would anyone use a 'consumer' level product for 'professional' use? Surely a 'pro' could afford something on the 'professional' level like from Avid or Adobe.

 

Of course, I suppose it all depends on your definition of professional.

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And WHY would anyone use a 'consumer' level product for 'professional' use? Surely a 'pro' could afford something on the 'professional' level like from Avid or Adobe.

 

Of course, I suppose it all depends on your definition of professional.

Just a guess that in this case, "professional" might mean, "commercial", to make money with. In which case, it would be fair to say that EMC 8 would be a fair choice to get into the trade. Once you've established a base, you may need and be able to afford to upgrade to "higher power" software and the commensurate hardware it requires.

 

Just my 2 cents.

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I was just wondering if any one here uses EMC8 professionally. What is the difference between this software and other software like let’s say iMovie & iDVD?

 

Why do you prefer EMC to other software.

Never heard of iMovie or IDVD. Assume they are Apple products.

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Never heard of iMovie or IDVD. Assume they are Apple products.

 

I think they are - if you are working with a Mac; you might want to ask the same question in the "Toast and Jam" board. If you are looking for a professional product, you might also look at those on the "Sonic Solutions" Site

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