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Tom this thread is definitely helpful to people here and definitely flattering for Adobe.
You'll get used to it. Be patient. It is better to allow people to speak than to actually censor them. Ignoring them is a different issue.
Closing certain threads is a better solution on occassion.
Besides, he can always come back with a new name.
Tom, you may just have to hang in there and survive the ordeal. It may be difficult at first, but eventually you may be able to face these demeaning threads. It's just a matter of discipline.
> His comments are not helpfull
Yours is a common observation. Mobutu doesn't actually own CS3; he just
hangs out here to stir things up. When a new camera is announced, he'll
talk about buying one and will complain at great length because Adobe does
not support this or that new codec, but he will never actually purchase a
new camera. He constantly talks about leaving Adobe to use some other NLE,
but don't be fooled; he has too much fun causing problems here. He scoffs
at third-party add-ons because he thinks Adobe should provide everything but
the camera and lens cover. He talks big about "professional" HD editing,
but the mere suggestion of using RAID to edit HD is rejected out of hand.
Every time a new technology is announced, he declares all the current
technologies DEAD. If Adobe tries to delete his posts, he'll just add more
user accounts (jujufactory is one of his other accounts). Be forwarned
about these and other Mobutu rat holes and you may find it easier to ignore
him. Rather than trying to ban Mobutu, the moderator should probably add a
sticky note warning new forum members about his silly antics.
Chris - Ignored.
>will complain at great length because Adobe does not support this or that new codec
Whatever someone doesn't like personally about him, the underlying issue of Premiere being last to support new professional codecs is a valid one that I feel is in desperate need of resolving.
>He scoffs at third-party add-ons because he thinks Adobe should provide everything but the camera and lens cover.
I have to agree with this one. I want native editing of the important codecs built-in for one low price. Add-ons should be for frills, not basic functionality.
>Add-ons should be for frills, not basic functionality.
Well said, Jim.