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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwick View Post
    OK, well you still haven't told me what your system is.
    Sorry Im not sure how to answer that.

    Im now trying out Adobe Premier to see if It can do a faster and better job for corrections. So far the file system is far simpler than Color and FCP. All the system files are able to be used.
    Fingers crossed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwick View Post
    OK, well you still haven't told me what your system is.
    Im not sure what your meaning.

    I just downloaded Adobe's free trial 4 day's ago to see if I can speed things up.
    Seems way faster and easier for delegating folders to other hard drives.
    Easier so far.
    Fingers crossed that all goes well.

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    Your system = your computer, what model computer do you have?

    By the way, the trial demo for Premiere has quite a number of disabled features, you're probably going to bump into a few... If your project is serious work I'd keep that in mind.
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