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Old 04-01-2018, 08:57 AM   #11
Haddock
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ProCoder was a stripped-down version of Carbon Coder, originally developed by Rhozet, which I believe might have been a subsidiary of Canopus. They shared an office building up in Northern California many years ago. Rhozet was sold around the same time as was Canopus.

ProCoder is a bargain compared to Carbon Coder, and is a useful tool to have. It plugs into Edius 5.51, which is why I still maintain an E5 machine.
Thanks for info... it's still usable as external converter... not obsolete
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