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  • Re: Liquid Update - A response from Kirk at Avid

    [quote user="LewS"] Yep, it is a terrible, terrible thing that Avid is offering Liquid users the opportunity to upgrade to their top-of-the-line professional product that is used to edit more movies and TV programs than any other editing software out there at less than a quarter of the retail price. How could they do such a terrible thing
    Posted to Chat With Avid (Forum) by moodman on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Re: Liquid Update - A response from Kirk at Avid

    [quote user="cipo"] [quote user="moodman"] Why? Because I was lied to, and so was everyone else. For YEARS (not months, but YEARS) I was told that NextGen was coming. I was even told that as a beta tester. I even saw a NextGen product, and it looked wonderful. [/quote] Oh, someone who shared my feelings !! :) All my support :) THX
    Posted to Chat With Avid (Forum) by moodman on Fri, Mar 5 2010
  • Re: Liquid Update - A response from Kirk at Avid

    OK, but I shall not be "loyal" to Avid any more. The thing is, Avid was not and is not "loyal" to me, so I see no reason to be loyal to Avid/Pinnacle. Why? Because I was lied to, and so was everyone else. For YEARS (not months, but YEARS) I was told that NextGen was coming. I was even told that as a beta tester. I even saw a NextGen
    Posted to Chat With Avid (Forum) by moodman on Wed, Mar 3 2010
  • Re: Liquid replacement

    I have my own theory as to why Avid has kept us in the dark. I believe, human nature being what it is, that NOT telling us AT LEAST keeps some of us in the Avid camp. So, for as long as they can string us along, they at least have a no-cost way to market to us. But there comes a point where, if you keep doing this, you will drive away those same potential
    Posted to Chat With Avid (Forum) by moodman on Sat, Feb 6 2010
  • Re: Another bothersome problem

    kamikazitorn: in what way don't they work? my live preview is coming from my BOB. dual monitor editing is working flawlessly thus far. what types of things don't work, curiously? -Dan update: Read some more here, i was just searching incorrectly before. I see there is a major problem now, primarily with people during output and trasitions and whatnot
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Fri, Oct 5 2007
  • Re: Overclocking and multi-core temps

    smithe1: I ran accross this review of the Artic 7 cpu fan and found it a bit interesting to say the least of the results compared to the stock cooler that Intel provides......... It would be intersting to see what real world results are..........Edd Well, you can see for yourself what my real world temps are. But this review was an older version of
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Fri, Oct 5 2007
  • Re: Overclocking and multi-core temps

    BarkinMadd: Perhaps, but my post was directed at moodman who stated that he was only pushing to 30% - he needs to push harder to make sure his cooling is adequate. Steve, Well, maybe I should, but I don't know what to do in AFX that would stress it that much. Do you? I am not an expert with AFX, so to figure out what would stress it more than the test
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Fri, Oct 5 2007
  • Re: Overclocking and multi-core temps

    I decided to stress this beast, and its running Prime95 right now at max stress, and I am getting temps fluctuating at 66-71C, but its only touching 71 for a second and then it goes back down and seems to average about 67C. Windows task manager reports max CPU usage at 28% and PF usage at 358MB. All in all, I am very happy!
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Thu, Oct 4 2007
  • Re: Overclocking and multi-core temps

    I took bigrock's advice on a CPU cooler. I bought the Freezer 7 PRO. It took my temps from 70C,65C,62C,67C (the 4 cores from 0,1,2,3) to 56C, 55C, 55C, and 54C. That's at idle. I haven't tried stressing the machine to see how high it would go with the old fan because it wasn't doing too well at idle. But I have included a picture of the installation
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Thu, Oct 4 2007
  • Re: Green Screen and Flickering Video on nVidia 8600 GTS

    You are probably right. But then, seeing as they have the same "engine" maybe the calls are identical...
    Posted to Avid Liquid / Avid Liquid Pro (Forum) by moodman on Thu, Oct 4 2007
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