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CS5 has been the first upgrade I've made where I want to love it but have performance problems and continue to launch CS4 for daily work.

Dennis Allshouse

Strictly tongue-in-cheek. I can't resist. Sounds like a great opportunity to move to MacIntosh. LOL.

Darren Henderson

Personally, I've struggled to understand the widespread use of Premiere Pro (Win/Mac)or Final Cut Pro (Mac only), as very little of the editing can be done in 'real time'.

Through extended and comparative use, I can highly recommend Grass Valley's 'Edius' and their indispensable transcoding application 'ProCoder' (both Windows only). It takes a pretty cumbersome video project to slow down Edius' real time editing capabilities.

Version 5.5 of Edius adds native support for the AVCHD format that Brooks' Panasonic camera captures.

Whilst I'm writing this comment, I'm rendering a quick video project using Camtasia Studio v6, so whilst I can vouch for the simplicity of this application I would suggest that range of user options is a little too light on for most of my video editing needs.

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