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Old 12-10-2010, 07:32 AM
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I occasionally get an inquiry as to whether I can edit video. With an upgrade to HD9, perhaps that becomes a possibility...learning curve notwithstanding! My question: Can video editing be done completely in the box in 9 or are there additional hardware pieces necessary for any such effort?

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Here's an article that may help explain it a bit:

http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/feb0...otoolstech.htm
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Pro Tools is not a video editing application. If you say you can edit video on Pro Tools, clients will ask you to do more than PT can do. It basically lets you play a video track synced to your audio.

You didn't say if you are PC or Mac but the iMovie program in every new Mac can do quite a lot of editing.
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Hey Chris, thanks for the super informative link!
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