RIP. He helped many people here.
Sad. his insight was both helpful and educational.
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Sad. his insight was both helpful and educational.
and always entertaining.
Sad to hear, my condolence to all who were close to him.
My last email interface with him was as recent as late January of this year, so this comes as a shock to me.
Harm has been most helpful in gear selection.
Thank you Bill for informing us.
I'm sorry to hear this news, but thanks Bill for sharing.
Harm helped so, so, many here! He certainly helped grow my knowledge regarding how to make Adobe Premiere sing on the right hardware.
Blessings on Harm and all his family,
I am sad to hear this news, as many are who have been on this forum a long while and who knew the very large contribution that Harm made to all of us. I especially enjoyed his sometimes humorous remarks to people and his willingness to speak his mind......I always laughed when I saw him use the phrase ' Quirktime" !!
I have been missing him here for a long time,but, even though I never met the man,or, even spoke with him, I felt that he was a wonderful soul who was eager to help others and to share his enthusiasm and knowledge. I appreciated this greatly.
I pray he is well and happy wherever he is now, and that he knows that so many appreciated him !!
Thank you for mentioning Harm's death to the Adobe Community.
It was nice to read all the positive reactions about him. I realize that also for you it must be painful that he is not there anymore. He was fond of you.
He just wanted to die, because of the pain and there was no way back.
We miss him terribly.
Hope you are well.
With kindest regards, Irene
Pls send me your e-mail address
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Definitely sad news. We will miss Harm. RIP.
Rest in Peace to one of our most celebrated community members. My condolences to his family and friends. His contributions to the community will definitely be missed. To Harm. Thank you for letting us know, Bill.
We are all very sorry for your loss, Irene. Please take care.
Very sorry to hear this Bill. I haven't visited here that often lately but always knew that no matter what question I had relative to PP systems I could come here and benefit from the willingness to share knowledge from "old timers" like yourself and Harm. He will be missed.
RIP, Mr. Millard. Thank you for all your work. Though I never met you, I benefitted from your expertise. You were very helpful, and in your memory I resolve to be helpful in this community as well.
R.I.P., Mr. Millaard. You had helped me choose the bang-for-the-buck components for my main editing PC(s) over the past several years, and I will continue to suggest not-so-wasteful components in future PC builds.
Sad to hear. RIP, Harm. Thank you for the knowledge you shared with us.
You were so intelligent, attentive and helpful.
You and Harm (along with Eric form ADK) had the hardware forum so well in hand I pretty much stopped visiting, so I'm late in hearing this news. Very sad indeed. 63 is way too young.
haven't commented in like 2 years
something changed when Harm left
however, he has and will continue to live on here in the forums
his knowledge was unsurpassable
his sense of humor and being blunt was the icing on the cake
i wonder what kind of rig he is using now?
blessings to his family and friends
Heard about this just a couple of weeks ago.
So sorry the hear.
Harm will be greatly missed.
Like so many, many others, Harm helped me get started on this journey of editing. He is greatly missed !
P.S. Thank you Bill for posting about Harm. In this fast paced world we live in, it is nice to see someone take the time to remember a good person.
This is the first I have heard about this. Harm was such a giver on this forum. I was always amazed with both his knowledge and his patience with his advice.
This is a real shock.
So sorry to hear about Harm's passing.
I use to see some small messages here and there and taught that he stopped posting and web totally, like dead to the web. I really benefitted from contributions for many many years. I knew he is resting in peace because was a good person.
Jeez, I was just looking him up to see his latest advice only to find out he passed away. Bummer he was instrumental in helping me with my build for NLE just a few short years ago. He will be sorely missed by me as well.
Yes, a shocker to me too. He was such a great guy and so helpful and just a terrific person.
I just found out. So sad. He always had the answers or knew where to point you. A great man with a very, very cool name. Now he's making God's system scream...
That is news to me, and terribly sad. Harm was a legend, and a huge help to so many people in this forum. His posts in the FAQ drop down list will live on forever, and continue help people build the best possible systems for Premiere Pro and After Effects.
It was only through Trevor that I heard the sad news. Harm Millaard was a extremely kind and helpful man — it's the likes of devoted people like him that makes forums exist. 63 years is a short life and he lived it to the full. RIP. My thought's are with his family and friends.
With Kindest regards.
I have just heard about this. Very sad.
I still have my editing computer I built five years ago based on his detailed advice on this forum. R.I.P. Harm.