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    No, we didn't get the RM pack, as we only have it installed on one PC.

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    Grab the KLM Mega Codec pack

    Download K-Lite Mega Codec Pack

    we use it on all our images, no more missing media codecs

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    Do any of you use any video editing software in schools?
    We use Apple Final Cut Pro and Express here. On a personal level, Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 is my preferred choice, which I use at home on a Windows XP platform.

    If you want to hit the ground running, don't get Final Cut! It's 'okay', but is quite a learning curve.

    Pinnacle 12 is pretty good, as I believe it comes bundled with Magic Bullet Looks for some excellent filter effects. I use Magic Bullet for the professional videos I produce and it is a very useful element to editing.

    Serif MoviePlus is also OK, but it has that Serif 'cheapness' feel about it. I couldn't get on with Serif's offering. I've not tried more recent versions.

    A lot depends on what you want to do of course - Hollywood blockbuster or a few kids role playing - and how much your establishment can afford to pay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamo View Post
    We have a CC3 network here too, did you get premier elements from them? I have heard of some Adobe products being slightly annoying to install, is this true? I can only see the bundle with photoshop elements at this moment on the RM site, but I've only just started looking!!
    The Adobe CS3 suite isn't "annoying" (I'd say), but the deployment is very picky unless you're gifted with System Managment Server. Once you do get the deployment going though it's pretty solid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamo View Post
    I have heard of some Adobe products being slightly annoying to install, is this true?
    CS3 installs on our crusty old 512MB RAM machines with no problems - that's Design Premium, though, so no Premier. Premier Elements seems to be the same install system (bunch of XML files to edit), although we aren't going to keep using that so I haven't looked any further in to it.

    David Hicks

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    Hi Jamo,

    Have a look at the following site: Video Editing Software Review 2009 - TopTenREVIEWS

    You may find this of interest.


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    I find installing this Free-Codecs.com : Download K-Lite Codec Pack 4.8.0 FULL, K-Lite Codec Pack 4.8.0 STANDARD, K-Lite Codec Pack 4.8.0 BASIC : K-Lite Codec Pack is a collection of codecs and related tools solves all the issues with codecs not being found. Actualy this is an updated version as we last installed it summer 2008.

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