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re:Kevin sets us right
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- Date: Sat, 17 May 1997 12:20:00 -0400
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> Kevin, I appreciate the information you've presented recently on windows,
> layers, and specifically, EDWIN, and find it informative, and would even
> welcome an on-line discussion of other color corrector related topics
Phew, Dean..... Well expressed.....
I 100% agree. I really continued this thread because I think that there are
many people who don't have all the information regarding new technologies
either from dV or the others. dV has such a tight old on the market in the US,
and I think I know why, that really other manufacturers don't get a chance!
I have great respect for Kevin, (I don't necessarily agree with him) and really
even if he was being paid by dV I would still continue the discussion (so long
as it isn't boring anybody). Actually, if Kevin was being paid by dV, I doubt
very much he would be allowed to express his opinions on the forum!
So if people are interested, lets go further..... I also think that the
manufacturers are probably quite interested to see what people think as well.
One person will not change the direction of a manufacturer after they have
invested large quantities of money into a project. However, future
modifications and competition will do us all good.
So, Bob Festa..... A comment would be nice, as to see if the information being
discussed is what you wanted to hear about!
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