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Old 11-06-2017, 04:40 PM   #1
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Goofy Gunn here!

I just looked at the upgrade prices. What will I be giving up if I upgrade to Edius 9 instead of Edius 9 Workgroup? I currently have Edius 8 Workgroup.
I don't have any tie-ins with TV production or anything super heavy.
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Old 11-06-2017, 08:54 PM   #2
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think of it like upgrading from EDIUS to Neo
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Old 11-07-2017, 11:42 AM   #3
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think of it like upgrading from EDIUS to Neo
Anton, I will take your advice. There goes Christmas.
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Old 11-07-2017, 11:43 AM   #4
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The biggest thing I would miss not having the Workgroup version is the ability to drop the playback quality on hard to play timelines. Also if you don't like connecting your computer to the Internet you need the Workgroup version of EDIUS.

I have just updated my website with my take on the differences between Workgroup and Pro which you can see here: http://www.dvctraining.co.uk/shop/EDIUS.html
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Goofy Gunn here!

I just looked at the upgrade prices. What will I be giving up if I upgrade to Edius 9 instead of Edius 9 Workgroup? I currently have Edius 8 Workgroup.
I don't have any tie-ins with TV production or anything super heavy.
So Why Upgrade?
If 8 WG does everything you want...?
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Old 11-07-2017, 08:27 PM   #6
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So Why Upgrade?
If 8 WG does everything you want...?
the bin thumbnails are no longer upside down and have spacing in between like any other program showing thumbnails

the timeline track dividers are easier to see, less straining on the eyes
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the bin thumbnails are no longer upside down and have spacing in between like any other program showing thumbnails

the timeline track dividers are easier to see, less straining on the eyes
So, not really new features reasons... those fixes should be a version 8 update and not a new version 9 upgrade!
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So, not really new features reasons... those fixes should be a version 8 update and not a new version 9 upgrade!
In fact it was just right now to call it edius 8.55
but calling it 9 are entitled to get paid for the update ...!
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So, not really new features reasons... those fixes should be a version 8 update and not a new version 9 upgrade!
Anton was just mentioning a few of the GUI changes. I am not sure how you think that is the why there us a version 9.
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Grass Valley should release an update to 8 that has the GUI fixes that are included in 9. As well has any bug fixes.
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