'Fix all known bugs BEFORE adding any new features.' authored by camilo was merged with this idea.
$1000 to go from 9HD to 10 HD? A tad pricey guys.
This has been a topic on the DUC, as this upgrade option was recently discontinued. It would be a nice gesture on Avid's part to temporarily bring back this upgrade for a limited time, for all of us who spent a lot of money on the DV Toolkit. I do hope they will consider this please. Thank you.
Fix all the Avid Website circular and broken Links.
C'mon guys its confusing enough !!
Fix this stuff
This is NOT a subject regarding the presence of or the need for copy protection systems. It is about unnecessary money driven restrictions when the need for moving licenses and/or iLoks arises. I would like to sell my Pro Tools M-Powered 8 and I'm facing the following situation. I have other licenses stored on the iLok (that came with the product). I will then move these licenses to another iLok, leaving only the M-Powered ...more »
Even with Computer CPUs becoming more powerful by the day, I think that specialty cards like the HD Accel Cards still have an advantage when connected to Pro Tools. Latency will be lower, the computer will not have to work as hard, and you will have more power overall. By adding a accelerated card will "supercharge" your machine, reducing processes needed for the CPU, letting the cards do all mixing chores. The features ...more »
Owners of both Pro Tools LE & M-Powered should not have to pay "TWICE" for upgrading their versions of Pro Tools(which are essentially identical) so that it may run on the same system.
My new MBox 3 Pro is a buggy piece of equipment that desperately needs a firmware update ASAP! - May or may not connect with mac on boot up. - Headphone output may or may not function properly. - Master volume knob may or may not give erratic levels. - The gain pots on the pres behave stupidly in that there is next to no gain until the last couple of millimetres of the knob turn which makes fine tuning out of the question. ...more »
I believe if Avid would do something, like reduce cost of software upgrades or extra purchases of Pro Tools software if the owner has multiple Pro Tools system, this would save cost of studios, plus make Avid software more attractive. For instance, If I had a studio with four Pro Tools systems, I can buy one for the regular price of $500, but each additional license would be about $250, or something to that extent. ...more »
So that you get a revenue stream from: Yamaha SSL Euphonix Smart AV HUI Roland etc. etc Perhaps us editors might then get a control surface that is more sophisticated than the Command 8 but smaller than any of the Icons. Also suited to key combo button quickkeys on a touch screen with the ability to patch into an Icon on the Dub stage to do editing changes to the music (for us music editors) without the need to offload ...more »
12.5 HD here, subscription expired end of May, not renewed. Let alone restart from $999. Not for the price in itself, but because, really, there's a lot of things I am paying for that I am not using at all. I am not interested in their support, cloud collaboration, "pro" plugins, and I don't think I am alone here. So Avid should sell a "basic" HD subscription, $ 180 - $ 200 MAX per year, including just the backbone of ...more »
add more surround inputs
add digital I/O
add Dolby 546 insert loop
add room EQ/Base management loop(s) (or build in)