Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 4th Aug 2005 20:49 UTC
Original OSNews Interviews The news that Apple is going to switch to Intel processors shook up the computing world. Many users and developers were eager to publish their opinions on the switch. However, one group of people were totally neglected during all this: resellers. Today, we feature an interview with Wim Schermer, first Dutchman to own a Mac (in 1984), and co-founder of one of the biggest Apple retail stores in The Netherlands, MacSupport. We discuss the switch to Intel, and much more.
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RE[8]: Price
by on Fri 5th Aug 2005 10:30 UTC in reply to "RE[7]: Price"

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> These are applications for Burning DVDs (and CDs) not making a DVD.

The part of Nero that does authoring is called NeroVision Express and is included in OEM bundles.

> Movie Maker's video editing capeabilities are more akin to QuickTime Pro's.

iMovie is a low end movie editor for home users. It's not much more capable than WMM2.

> Garageband is not a sequencer. Well, it can sequence audio, but its not a sequencer. An appropriate comparitive application is fruity loops.

In Acid XPress you can also create tracks by painting prerecorded loops on a roll. Why do you suppose it's so different from GB?

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RE[9]: Price
by Who is That on Fri 5th Aug 2005 11:39 in reply to "RE[8]: Price"
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iMovie is much more capable than Movie Maker (I kanow, I have used both.)

GB has the capability to be used as a place to lay down midi tracks from your board. you canb then mix them and put nice effects on them.

a band could actualy use garageband to create an album (like you know, a highschool garageband)

Acid Xpress is NOT like garageband in almost every way.

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