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[News] New MotionStudio ScreenshotsANN.lu
Posted on 04-May-2002 13:47 GMT by Daniel Miller76 comments
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On www.amiganews.de there is a report of new developments to the MotionStudio video editing software. Here are two links: motiontimelineshot, and Titan Computer's index page Some of the comments on www.amiga-news.de refer to MotionStudio as the potential "killer app." It all certainly seems impressive. MotionStudio is a work in development and is projected to require MorphOS 1.0 and a bPlan Pegasos or similar hardware from Merlancia Industries.
New MotionStudio Screenshots : Comment 1 of 76ANN.lu
Posted by Kronos on 04-May-2002 11:50 GMT
Yes it is MorphOS !
Yes it will only run on the Pegasos !
But atleast it shows someone is trying to get
his foot in a market that has once been an
Amiga-stronghold.
Happy flaming!
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Posted by the man in the shadows on 04-May-2002 12:07 GMT
One thing I'm curious about is the "windows" border around the new screenshot.
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Posted by Kronos on 04-May-2002 12:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (the man in the shadows):
The SW is being developed exclusivly for MorphOS
under a different system (MacOS afaik). This has
been done because both Pegasos and MorphOS weren't
finished enough when development started.
Also the author prefers his "own" development-
envoirement.
Atleast that is what i have been told in Cologne.
Shouldn't be a big problem as it was developed
with MorphOS in mind from day one.
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Posted by the man in the shadows on 04-May-2002 12:57 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Kronos):
Hey thanks for the info Kronos... that clears up the confusion quite a bit actually. Brillian stuff has come from Titan... I hope this is no sloppy 2nd (from the looks of it, it's definately not). Hopefully this will definately replace MovieShop in terms of features.
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Posted by Don Cox on 04-May-2002 13:07 GMT
In reply to Comment 4 (the man in the shadows):
The really hard thing when programming a video editor is to guarantee
a perfect lock of the audio and the video over long edits. Movieshop
has had problems with this in several versions.
There's no way to tell from the screen shots how reliable the program
is. I note that it doesn't show the audio and video together on the
timeline, which will make synchronisation awkward.
I'm concerned about the emphasis on "effects", which are not a high
priority in real life editing.
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Posted by cOrpse on 04-May-2002 13:21 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Kronos):
One app and he thinks he's god.
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Posted by David Scheibler on 04-May-2002 13:23 GMT
In reply to Comment 6 (cOrpse):
You missed Rage Hard.
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Posted by szutoman on 04-May-2002 13:58 GMT
Looks like many of the Windows Video Editors and has that Duplo Look. I wish him well, but seeing its for morph and no mention of Amiga One, his sales will be very low IMHO, but I do wish him well.
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Posted by Leif on 04-May-2002 14:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (szutoman):
<some bloke> wrote:
Looks like many of the Windows Video Editors and has that Duplo Look. I wish him well, but seeing its for morph and no mention of Amiga One, his sales will be very low IMHO, but I do wish him well.
^^^^
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:)
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Posted by Leif on 04-May-2002 14:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 9 (Leif):
Aargh.. just ignore my post.. it came out very wrong..
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Posted by cheesegrate on 04-May-2002 14:14 GMT
motionstudio must be good very good. as a vid prof i will be comparing to apple vid editing products.
firewire & dv codec in morphos/pegasos must be really optimized.
i hope morphos/bplan/titan/thendic relize the importance of this for morphos and
linux and help out the author of motion studios
otherwise well done!
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Posted by David Scheibler on 04-May-2002 14:26 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (szutoman):
>I wish him well, but seeing its for morph and no mention of Amiga One, his
>sales will be very low IMHO
AmigaOne lacks Firewire and OS4 lacks Firewire support. So hard to support those at the moment.
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Posted by cheesegrate on 04-May-2002 14:33 GMT
In reply to Comment 12 (David Scheibler):
>AmigaOne lacks Firewire and OS4 lacks Firewire support. So hard to support those >at the moment.
not mentioning the fact that no one can develop for os4 yet.. ;)
oh yeah i'm shure hermans will say u can develop for os4.0 now. u can just make a dv edditing program for 68k 3.1/3.5/3.9.. hehehe. i'm still waiting for someone to say; the programmer is evil not supporting 'official' amigaos
well guess what modern programs need stuff like a modern cpu/firwire and an non obsolete kernel.
buy pegasos in june/july, with some new ppc app support or possibly wait another 6-12 months for 'official' solution has already turned out to be nothing thanks to amino incompetence.
i will repeat it again for the bafs..
THE NAME MEANS NOTHING.
it is what developers
in the amiga community can pull off and what works best.
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Posted by SlimJim on 04-May-2002 15:04 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (cheesegrate):
What, too little flaming going on in here for you to be satisfied?
For once you guys have a clean 'MOS thread' to enjoy. For once, it is _AOS_-talk
that is off-topic...
But you just love to bait all AOS advocates to start to cackle with you,
don't you? War just for the sake of it, huh?
Sad. And even sadder that a lot of people take such an obvious bait.
.
SlimJim
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Posted by Anonymous on 04-May-2002 15:13 GMT
>Brillian stuff has come from Titan...
Yeah, Shadow of the 3rd Moon was cool, too!
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Posted by logain on 04-May-2002 16:53 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (SlimJim):
Yeah, but he is right!
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Posted by Casey R Williams on 04-May-2002 17:34 GMT
What is this thing? It's not an OS, emu layer, API, player, port, or plug-in... Oh wait, it's an application. Does the "One" have any of those yet?
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Posted by Daniel Miller on 04-May-2002 17:40 GMT
I am sorry about the messy formatting of this announcement. I thought "continue" would let me preview my changes, however it
published the announcement instead. If an editor could move the
two HTML links to the details of the announcement that would be
great!
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Posted by Joe "Floid" Kanowitz on 04-May-2002 18:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 18 (Daniel Miller):
Actually, an editor only needs to pop spaces into the HTML.
My sentiments are in line with szutoman's and cheesegrate's. I'm not sure how adjustible the windows are meant to be (or if they're even motile at all), but style over substance reigns.
From my perspective, the worst offense is potentially the use of iconics. I don't know if I'm just not familiar with video editing equipment, but the three rightmost buttons on the clip window have no meaning to me. Are those standard notation elsewhere?
(Video/audio editing applications have life easy, given the standard iconic glyphs for 'play,' 'rewind,' etc. Notice how nobody can standardize an iconic notation for much else? For that matter, I have to digress and wonder if OS X applications are still using the 'little floppy disk' to represent saving, when no modern Mac comes with a floppy drive...)
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Posted by cheesegrate on 04-May-2002 18:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Don Cox):
>There's no way to tell from the screen shots how reliable the program
>is. I note that it doesn't show the audio and video together on the
>timeline, which will make synchronisation awkward.
well u could just sych it to the time code but i agree.
the standard is to have vid and aud tracks on the same timeline ala
imovie, fcp and premiere.
>I'm concerned about the emphasis on "effects", which are not a high
>priority in real life editing.
true but if the effects are cooler and faster than after effects (and they do look cool) and also easier to create then you have a pontential killer app.
though of course if the editor is shit then why bother?
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Posted by Don Cox on 04-May-2002 19:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 20 (cheesegrate):
Some video editing uses a lot of effects, for instance for video to be
projected in clubs, but 90% of editing is to tell a story, and only
needs plain cuts. Training films, public information videos, etc.
What an editor does need is 100% reliability. An editor which crashes
just before the deadline and loses three days' work will quickly get a
bad reputation.
It's very important to be able to recover work after a crash, not be
faced with a corrupted disk. It's also important to have an ASCII
config file - a big weakness of Movieshop was its binary config file,
which regularly got corrupted and couldn't be fixed. An ASCII file can
be checked in a text editor. (This is one thing Linux always gets
right.)
As for the platform, when there are hundreds of OS4 and Amithlon users
crying out for the program, then is the time for the author to
consider porting it.
Personally, I would prefer a plainer GUI. It seems to be taking up
screen space that could be used for bigger video images.
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Posted by cOrpse on 04-May-2002 19:36 GMT
In reply to Comment 17 (Casey R Williams):
mmmm Its being developed on mac os , i hope they progged it in strict Ansi-c(++) else its gonna be a shit to port. There again intution for os 4 won't work on ppc according to yowe mos boys , looks like u lot just shoot yourselves in the nuts with your constant bitch remarks.
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Posted by hgm on 04-May-2002 19:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 21 (Don Cox):
Movieshop was great at his time. It still runs on my DraCo. If there were source code available.
But alas MS decided otherwise. MS let us down and without any warning they dropped support.
That is a lesson for all of us.-
However we are waiting for a revival of Movieshop or its successor.
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Posted by cOrpse on 04-May-2002 19:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 14 (SlimJim):
Its those 2 hour beta time outs getting to them , and the lack of insight on whats going into the release product and the way they're getting hardly any input on its features.
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Posted by cOrpse on 04-May-2002 19:51 GMT
In reply to Comment 13 (cheesegrate):
"not mentioning the fact that no one can develop for os4 yet.. ;)
oh yeah i'm shure hermans will say u can develop for os4.0 now. u can just make a dv edditing program for 68k 3.1/3.5/3.9.."
Check the lastest JIT benchmarks ... I see no problems with a 68k dv editor , there would also be a bigger market for it .. as in amithlon users.
"hehehe. i'm still waiting for someone to say; the programmer is evil not supporting 'official' amigaos"
Well at least the blokes doing something other then bitching , what have you done to stick up for your platform then bitch another , which according to you is completly unrelated yet you compair it with yours ... btw . Macos and even windows piss over the current mos beta easily.
"well guess what modern programs need stuff like a modern cpu/firwire and an non obsolete kernel."
mmm you really don't know what your talking about do you? DV is not "MODERN" its no thing exciting . Also i can see that extra pci slot on the amiga one being useful for say a video toaster , or a multiport usb2 firewire raid all in one card :).
"non obsolete kernel" - please go back to playing with your self :).
"buy pegasos in june/july, with some new ppc app support or possibly wait another 6-12 months for 'official' solution has already turned out to be nothing thanks to amino incompetence."
Well we have the kings of desktop gfx on our side namely matrox , thanks to the deals amiga inc have been making , it seems the only deals mos can make are with shitty no many , no future companies.
"i will repeat it again for the bafs..
THE NAME MEANS NOTHING. it is what developers in the amiga community can pull off and what works best. "
Yeah the names not MOS , ITS DCE , PHASE 5 etc AKA the bastards back to fill their pots once more.
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Posted by Daniel Miller on 04-May-2002 19:51 GMT
In reply to Comment 19 (Joe "Floid" Kanowitz):
Floid typed:
> From my perspective, the worst offense is potentially the
> use of iconics. I don't know if I'm just not familiar with
> video editing equipment, but the three rightmost buttons
> on the clip window have no meaning to me. Are those
> standard notation elsewhere?
I recognize them. Mark beginning of segment, play segment, mark end of segment. It is the video equivalent of selecting a block of text. When you have selected the beginning and the end you can then delete the block, or delete everything except the block.
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Posted by logain on 04-May-2002 22:40 GMT
In reply to Comment 25 (cOrpse):
>>Well we have the kings of desktop gfx on our side namely matrox , thanks to
>>the deals amiga inc have been making , it seems the only deals mos can make
>>are with shitty no many (money?) , no future companies.
Well, but you're aware of the situation that Cgx also supports Matrox and Ati (next to most Amiga cards) at least.
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 06:42 GMT
hmmm... its been done on a mac, but the window loooks like
Windows with the grey & the darkblue going to lightblue bar at the top.
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 07:34 GMT
In reply to Comment 27 (logain):
Yeah supporting cards is one thing , but do you have mainstream support :D.
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 07:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 28 (Alkemyst):
"hmmm... its been done on a mac, but the window loooks like
Windows with the grey & the darkblue going to lightblue bar at the top."
Well it has to be developed on something... mOS isn't in a usable state and they also don't want to let anyone have hardware.
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 08:54 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (cOrpse):
Windows with the grey & the darkblue going to lightblue bar at the top."
as in Windows the OS it does not look like its been done on a Mac it looks like its been done on WindowsOS.
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 09:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 31 (Alkemyst):
yep the only app they`re getting their platform isn't good enough to produce !
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Posted by Bladerunner on 05-May-2002 09:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 30 (cOrpse):
You `re talking BS!! Sure there are Dev Borads availabel! Look at thendic, they are not B-Plan, however,
they develope on the Pegasos+MOS... and let me tell you . MOS V 0.8 , seen on the cologne fair
was somewhat fast and stable...
Anyway, without firewire it makes no sense to port an App like Motion Studio to the One and OS 4.0
Thanks to Eyetech, thanks to hyperion, Amiga will loose his strongest Market!
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 09:39 GMT
In reply to Comment 33 (Bladerunner):
you can put in a firewire card in to Aone if & when needed.
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Posted by Kronos on 05-May-2002 09:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 34 (Alkemyst):
And who is going to write the driver for it ?
Hyperion allready said it wouldn't be a priority.
And no its not as simple as a serial driver.
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 10:03 GMT
In reply to Comment 35 (Kronos):
that was not the issue.
the question was about having firewire avilable to Aone. not if divers were going to be made for it if it had it.
& if what Bladerunner was saying was a fact that there would be noway to connect a firewire card to the one then the issue of driver would be null & void.
but we all know that you can connect a wirefire card to the AOne.
he should of said what you have said & thats about Aone not Having the drives is the issue & not the hardware.
he made the firewire hardware the issue so i replyed to that.
if he had made the diver tho issue then he would be right.
if there is enough demand for firewire drivers for aone im sure someone will make one.
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 10:05 GMT
In reply to Comment 36 (Alkemyst):
if he had made the driver issue then he would be right.
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Posted by Bladerunner on 05-May-2002 10:25 GMT
In reply to Comment 37 (Alkemyst):
Hmm i am not sure.. look,if the classic amigas haven`t had the cappabillity to pass throuhg a Video Pal/NTSC signal,
they wouldn`t been so succesfull in the Videobusiness..
Aone and OS 4.0 lakcs Firewire Support from the beginning.. so no need for a Videosoftware, therefore no need to
make a firewire driver and so on..
Pegasos MOS have firewire support... and Motion Studio support it (btw, afaik is Firewire support done by the same guys which develop Motion Studio)
And there is another "historical" Example: Look on Atari... worser Soundchip as Paula.. but a Midi Interface
made this computer right for Sound editing.. where Amiag was never as succesfull as Atari.
So if from the beginning, no Firewire Support= no Interess to make DV Software..
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Posted by Alkemyst on 05-May-2002 10:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Bladerunner):
>>Aone and OS 4.0 lakcs Firewire Support from the beginning.. so no need for a Videosoftware, therefore no need to
>>make a firewire driver and so on..
oh so you are saying that firewire is only good for videosoftware.
>>And there is another "historical" Example: Look on Atari... worser Soundchip as Paula.. but a Midi Interface
>>made this computer right for Sound editing.. where Amiag was never as succesfull as Atari.
>>So if from the beginning, no Firewire Support= no Interess to make DV Software..
we are looking to the future & the Aone is nothing like the classic.
you should not dont apply the rules with the old amiga with the new amiga & dont
blame amiga.inc for the ways of what had been done before they took over.
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Posted by Bladerunner on 05-May-2002 11:08 GMT
No, Firewire is of course not only for Videoediting ;-)
But IMHO the most important feature.
And you see what happens now: Motion Studio was planned for an Amiga that is build
after the Zico Specs.. Amiga One doesn`t fullfill the Specs.. Pegasos does..
So there will be now Motion Studio for Aone if they haven`t Firewire support.
And this is one of the Killerapps!
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 11:45 GMT
In reply to Comment 38 (Bladerunner):
You really think that a 600mhz g3 BPlan board + mos can even touch the Macs hold on DV and newmedia in general ? Serious users will look at it and laugh then walk back to their Dual G4 + 1000's of $/ of adobe software.
The amiga one is not meant to be a market shaker maker , its for current amiga users looking for more speed and the path to the future.
Wake up , smell the coffee , having a firewire ports gonna mean shit when its overtaken in 6 months anyways , but that extra pci slot is.
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 11:47 GMT
In reply to Comment 40 (Bladerunner):
"And this is one of the Killerapps!"
Its way to late to make any impression , frankly its going to be considered kid software compaired with the stuff adobe etc crank out.
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Posted by Bladerunner on 05-May-2002 11:50 GMT
In reply to Comment 41 (cOrpse):
Hmm... it is the Aone that has the onboard G3 600 isn`t it? ;-)
Afaik the Pegasos has A CPU Modul Slot.. and i am sure the Dual G4 CPU Card won`t
let wait very long ;-)
Ah, but i kno, you d` like to buy an Amiga every six months.. humm.. you must be very rich ;-)
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 12:00 GMT
In reply to Comment 43 (Bladerunner):
"Hmm... it is the Aone that has the onboard G3 600 isn`t it? ;-)
Afaik the Pegasos has A CPU Modul Slot.. and i am sure the Dual G4 CPU Card won`t
let wait very long ;-)
Ah, but i kno, you d` like to buy an Amiga every six months.. humm.. you must be very rich ;-)"
Ahhh but the amigaONE isn't trying to be a monster DV editing , 3D rendering super computer that you make the Bplan out to be. Also the Bplan has far few pci(etc) slots to be considered a surious contender any of the performance computing sectors.
The amigaONE isn't selling itself as some high powered sun like box , its for current users , to help development , to make some progress.
And when the board makers using M$ tactics to force its mates os , who's wants to get involved.
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Posted by Leif on 05-May-2002 12:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 42 (cOrpse):
Hello corpse
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 12:15 GMT
In reply to Comment 45 (Leif):
Truth hurts(TM).
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Posted by Don Cox on 05-May-2002 12:24 GMT
In reply to Comment 42 (cOrpse):
"Its way to late to make any impression , frankly its going to be considered kid software compaired with
the stuff adobe etc crank out."
It's Final Cut Pro that you have to compete with. But any new program
has to start with a simple version and get the basics rock solid
first. Then you can add features.
One advantage Amiga has in studio work like this is ARexx. You can
often write a script to link two programs together, and do something
that is impossible on another platform. Although the Mac has
Applescript, it isn't as widely used as ARexx.
Presumably this new editing program will have an ARexx port from the
start. I wouldn't advise buying it if not.
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Posted by David Scheibler on 05-May-2002 12:35 GMT
In reply to Comment 44 (cOrpse):
>AAhhh but the amigaONE isn't trying to be a monster DV editing , 3D rendering
>super computer that you make the Bplan out to be.
The Pegasos' main market isn't the Amiga market but it is the Linux server
market and the embedded market. That's where bplan earns money, they hardly
earn any money by selling a few 100s Pegasos to the Amiga market. But because
they liked the Commodore Amiga and because a key developer since the death of
Commodore is partner of bplan they also produce the hardware and the OS for the
Amiga market. You may call them stuipid because they will only lose money but
they do it just because of their enthusiasm; the same enthusiasm Hyperion has
to produce games for the Amiga market. Noone earns any money in the Amiga
market and noone will earn any money in the near future. But at leat bplan are
decribing a path which may be successfull in a few years. In the meanwhile they
earn money from their linux/embedded business. And I think it is really great
that companies like Titan, e.p.i.c. interactive, Thendic or PowerTrading are
willing to develop for this platform, even if they will only lose money.
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Posted by cheesegrate on 05-May-2002 12:38 GMT
In reply to Comment 47 (Don Cox):
>>"Its way to late to make any impression , frankly its going to be considered >>kid software compaired with
>>the stuff adobe etc crank out."
wow so entusiastic about amino and this DEad and when rest of amiga software
pessemistic and doom and gloom. frankly i'm not suprised.
@don cox.
>>It's Final Cut Pro that you have to compete with. But any new program
>>has to start with a simple version and get the basics rock solid
>>first. Then you can add features.
fcp is indeed the bees knees as well as avid xpress dv on the pic.
i guess speed is important, if morphos/bplan can come up with a efficient dv
codec running on an efficient os/kernel, and motion studio guy comes up with some really nice easy vid effects as well as a stable basic editor then maybe some people will buy the pegasos for vid edditing instead of an unstable pc.
try running dv stuff on windows.. the microsoft codec sucks and everyone is using $1500 real time cards with the hw manufacturers own dv codec. heaps of bugs and shit due to all teh differnt winshaft os..
someone mentioned the dual g4 from apple? it costs $6000 in oz. i'm sure a dual g4 pegasos will be cheaper..
pegasos to do vid edditing/fx
>One advantage Amiga has in studio work like this is ARexx. You can
>often write a script to link two programs together, and do something
>that is impossible on another platform. Although the Mac has
>Applescript, it isn't as widely used as ARexx.
yeah i would love to automate after effects functions by arexx and send it back to fcp.. but it aint gonna happen cuz it's dodgy applescript ;)
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Posted by cOrpse on 05-May-2002 15:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 49 (cheesegrate):
"wow so entusiastic about amino and this DEad and when rest of amiga software
pessemistic and doom and gloom. frankly i'm not suprised."
Have you used DE ? seems the ones that doubt it haven't. DE is something new, not all that alone in its field , but at least has a chance. Where as adobe . macromedia etc easily ownZ this market. Its like OSes ,now the only way to make it big is to be free or the only choice.
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