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james_8970

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hello everyone,
I was working on a small scale project one day and then it began to grow and grow. As the project grew i expected more and more out of the program i was using to more and more and offer more for me to do. Quickly i grew out of Movie maker and was soon attached to Adobe premiere 2.0.
Well that project is over and done with, and now a high profile company saw the video and is interested on having me make one for them (different theme of course). I'm hocked on premiere, but i used my schools to do it(at school of course). Well its time i bought something of my own to use on my computer so i can do this work at home. So, here is the question, i need some recommendations on some software (released or to be realeased). I'm setting a budget of 125$CAD. Is there anything better out there that I ought to demo and give a try before I go ahead and bye premiere. The other reason i siding with premiere is because i can get it bundled with photoshop at a reduced price.
What do you'll think?
thanx
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hi james, i've been using wmm for a couple of months now & i also feel i've outgrown it quickly. i'm looking for more variations in special effects. i took a glimpse of the adobe premiere 2.0 you were talking about. what feature do u like most that it offers?
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to many to add, you can have more then 1 movie playing at one time, meaing if you looked around you could probably remove parts of the video so that only a bit showed.
there are keyframs.....i love these the most.
The HUGE amount of video and audio formats that it supports.
and i'm just getting started.
Its really a great program, i'm just wondering if there is anything better (for under 150$) out there that i should try out first.
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there isnt anything better for under $150 :whistling:
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k thanx :whistling:
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st22 have u used it much?



there isnt anything better for under $150 :whistling:


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