Review of: Avid Xpress Pro
"For editors who work with Avid's more professional offerings, using Xpress Pro is somewhat like having a security blanket -- it's comforting. The interface and workflow are practically identical all the way through the Avid line of products, apart from Avid DS, the family oddball. For editors accustomed to Final Cut Pro, Avid takes some getting used to, but it quickly grows on you. It's also quite stable, which often means more to an editor than flashy add-ons."
(Submitted by Noel Mon Mar 15, 2004 )
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