I'll Rephrase that: Just One tool from V5 and/or DVDA2?

Grazie wrote on 6/9/2004, 1:25 AM
Hello Friends!

I'm writing an article for our Institute's FOCUS magazine.

If you had to run outta the house, 'cos of fire, pestilence or the TAX man was coming around, which would be THE single V5+DVDA2 tool you would grab hold of?

... okay you can add more than 1 response . . Hard eh?

I look forward to your responses,

Graham "Grazie" Bernard


Spot|DSE wrote on 6/9/2004, 4:03 AM
Hardware? I'd have to say my Bella USA keyboard. Otherwise, I'd grab my shuttlepro.
If that isn't what you want/looking for, I'd grab my Sony broadcast monitor. Everything else, I can get anywhere else. (computer, keyboard, etc.
AlexB wrote on 6/9/2004, 4:05 AM
It's the whole concert that makes the music - you just can't grab one note. I'd grab the notebook - it's all in there.
;-) A.
PDB wrote on 6/9/2004, 4:17 AM
My Panasonic Agdvx100 in one hand and my canon 10D in the other...:-)
Otherwise I wont have anything to edit in the first place!


Grazie wrote on 6/9/2004, 4:47 AM
Spot & my chums . . it is hypothetical . .what "Tool" out of V5 and/or DVA2 .. not "physical" tools

What one thing do you like about V5 and/or DVDA2? . . . . Please, I've had a horrid week . . just tell me what ONE thing you like aboutthe new kid?


John_Cline wrote on 6/9/2004, 7:13 AM

pike_bishop wrote on 6/9/2004, 8:25 AM
Bezier masking
Grazie wrote on 6/9/2004, 8:29 AM
THANKS guys . . please keep 'em coming!

Yup got the Bezier . .Subclips - HO yes!!

Jsnkc wrote on 6/9/2004, 8:39 AM
I'll put one for DVD-A.....End Actions

The program was useless (to me anyways) without them, now I find myself using it more and more.
Mahesh wrote on 6/9/2004, 9:51 AM
From V5 - Audio Automation Control
DVDA2 - Have not used it properly to decide.
Grazie wrote on 6/9/2004, 9:56 AM
End Actions & Audio Automation - yup . they are in ! Both fab items . . Grazie

RichMacDonald wrote on 6/9/2004, 10:22 AM
Auto-actions for buttons in DVDA. So when I select the next button, it automatically goes to the next location, rather than forcing me to click a second time. (Tongue in cheek: This is a missing feature :-)

Otherwise, the curves effect in Vegas.