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Postby silver_moon » Mon Jul 22, 2002 9:49 pm

Actually, it does stand for "Read All The F****** Anime Guides."


Really? I always assumed it stood for FAQs. The FAQs give you useful information too, so...

But technically they aren't Anime Guides, they're Video Guides... anyway... don't mind me^_^
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Postby RyanGlazner » Mon Jul 22, 2002 9:49 pm

jbone wrote:
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silver_moon wrote:RATFAG: Read All The FAQ's And Guides.

Eh. Okay. I was wrong. I had thought it something more along the lines of "Read all the fucking ???? guides... Guess that shows you where my mind is, ne?

Actually, it does stand for "Read All The F****** Anime Guides."


Ha! I was right. Why in the world couldn't I get that "Anime" part? It seems so obvious now...

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RyanGlazner wrote:Yes, but some of the newbies lack common sense, as evidenced by their not having read the FAQ or guides already... I would find it quite odd to ask a question and get in response someone calling me a rat fag...

And we should lower the general intelligence level to cater to the people lacking common sense?


Oh, did I say that? I didn't mean to. I just meant that it wouldn't help me at all to be called a "rat fag". That's what the boards are here for, right? To help those who need it? It would be as simple as expanding it to the acronym's full form. Of course, you're not going to change just because it annoys a few people. I wouldn't, and I don't really expect you to either.

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Thanks

Postby Saijinv » Mon Jul 22, 2002 10:05 pm

Thanks alot! ^_^ You all are funny. Lol

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Postby silver_moon » Mon Jul 22, 2002 10:28 pm

Thanks alot! ^_^ You all are funny. Lol


Aren't we? :lol:

You're cool, most newbies swear at Jbone for flaming them^_^
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^_^

Postby Saijinv » Tue Jul 23, 2002 1:17 am

8) It's cool. I don't mind it. Around what price does that program run around?

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Postby silver_moon » Tue Jul 23, 2002 1:42 am

Amazon.com has it for $527.00. I bought my version for about $860 in Candian dollars. Of course, there are lots of other programs that don't cost nearly that much.

You can read reviews other people left on all kinds of video editing software <A HREF="http://www.animemusicvideos.org/legacy/software.php">here</A>. You can get there from your members main page. Under the Main Menu, there's a link labelled software.

The program I started out with was Pinnacle Studio Version 7. It cost not nearly as much as Premiere did (I payed about 100-150$ in Canadian... I can't remember exactly how much it was) and it was pretty good for the amount of money I spent. Of course, Premiere allows you to do much, much more than Pinnacle can and if you think you're going to really get into video editing, save money by buying Premiere now rather than later.

Of course, it might be easier to learn how to edit by starting with a simpler program. Premiere, like many Adobe programs, lets you do so much it's confusing trying to figure out how to do even simple things.

And make sure you have a pretty good computer, video editing takes a lot of diskspace and memory, even with not-so-high-end programs.
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Re: ^_^

Postby FurryCurry » Tue Jul 23, 2002 3:19 am

Saijinv wrote:8) It's cool. I don't mind it. Around what price does that program run around?


The cheapest way to get ahold of Premiere is to buy a Pinnacle DV 200. They run about $250 USD, and basically bundle Premiere 6 with a Firewire card and a driver disk. Alternatively, you can step up to a DV 500 for around $500 USD. does some sort of hardware acceleration, or something. (also comes with Premiere)
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Postby jbone » Tue Jul 23, 2002 10:47 am

At this point, you probably want to wait 'till Premiere 6.5 comes out. A couple months from now, you'll probably see all the hardware packages including 6.5 instead of 6.0.

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Postby Saijinv » Tue Jul 23, 2002 11:27 am

Oh! I better save up then.


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