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I'm not sure what your workflow is but boy that sounds like a pain! I just import straight to the computer on whatever I do.

I'm used to using Final Cut Studio for everything, since it has all I need built in. If I ever run into not being able to convert something I'll give SUPER a try.
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I'm not sure what your workflow is but boy that sounds like a pain! I just import straight to the computer on whatever I do.

I'm used to using Final Cut Studio for everything, since it has all I need built in. If I ever run into not being able to convert something I'll give SUPER a try.
We have several computers with final cut on them yet we tend to see better times on the PC. Please don't ask why. I say it is because of the simplicity of the program creating it. I also want a console style converter. the program i showed you is basic and has all the bells and whistles in front of me. If i want to lower the audio quality i can do it quickly. If i want to downmix from stereo to mono I can. In my company this is not what I normally do so If the client throws me a bone I can simply do it with the program I have. I was just wondering if there were any more like it out there. Tomorrow I talk to the client while he is speaking to me I will ask him what he wants based on the options on the software. It allows me to be very precise and to the point. It is better than me recalling things from memory and hoping I covered everything. [Doh I forgot if he cared if the video is in mono] This way I only have to talk to him once. It also will amke the company look better. The way I usually do this is by writing down what information I want to get from the client. Usually I am dealing with live productions so usually they consist of cues. Actually that was my old job. Now I am a production manager, so i usually just organize things and see how much they made after the gig is over. I was asked by my super to look into this because it stumped everyone else. Of course job security comes with the ability to solve problems that no one else could lol.
    
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