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  • Sep 13, 2007
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  • actually, back then, all the *cool* people like me were using Amigas. :-) And you Mac users thought you had it tough..
    sabshire had this to say on Dec 17, 2007 Posts: 5
    I've Given Up Arguing with Windows Users
  • Well, most of my movies are short ones.. but from the description of this, I'll stick with iMovie 6. No timeline really is bad, even for creating short clips.. not having control enough to have varying length for transitions is bad as well. iMovie 6 was non-destructive as well, but did have the disadvantage of not being able to share clips with other projects without copying them. That said, so, how many times do you really do that?? For me, it's quite rare. The idea of seeing it before rendering would be nice, but I imagine on slower machines, this is painful. Having all that footage (even if I took the time to clip the "bad" parts, is still a lot..) I typically work on a project, and then when I am done, I create a DVD image of it, and then backup that. My physical tape is the original should I ever need it again. To me, it does sound dumbed-down to a lower denominator. iMovie 6 did much of what you praise iMovie 8 for. And for you to sayt that you could use FCE and not iMovie... sounds like this whole review is flawed. Just my two cents.
    sabshire had this to say on Aug 23, 2007 Posts: 5
    iLife '08—Part 2: iMovie—Flawed Genius
  • What kind of sites are you visiting that require IE? I visit a LOT of sites, and find that to be very rare, if at all these days.
  • I created a sample blog and managed to add haloscan comments to it. I have also been looking at the templates... they are XML based, so I think it should be possible to get iWeb to generate the code the comments, once I figure out the XML schema...
    sabshire had this to say on Jan 25, 2006 Posts: 5
    iWeb: A First Look
  • I wrote up my thoughts on iWeb here. I think iWeb is a great tool. It does what it does well. The majority of home users are going to love it!
    sabshire had this to say on Jan 17, 2006 Posts: 5
    iWeb: A First Look