[macvoiceover] Re: Still looking for an amadeus pro user

Hi John
I use Amadeus Pro quite a bit, though I'm not familiar with every advanced function the program has by any means. a lot of my editing needs would be considered fairly basic by the audiophiles out there, but I'll help out any way I can if you let me know what parts of the program are confusing you. It is indeed quite different in operation from most other audio editors, but is very workable and there are some neat tricks you can perform with it.



On Jan 10, 2009, at 18:55, John Hess wrote:

Sarah, nothing here. This is why I am seeking help. It's quite a bit different then what I have used in the past and I am hoping there is a charitable soul out there. I also did write to the vendor hoping that perhaps he might have some tips some tips. If I get anything I'll certainly share it with the list. They just do things a bit differently.
On Jan 10, 2009, at 5:47 PM, Sara wrote:

I haven't even figured out editing yet!
The manual is all about clicking so I can't get anywhere with that.
Please write a guide about what you have figured out so far.
Sara
----- Original Message ----- From: "John Hess" <johnythehess@xxxxxxxxx >
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Subject: [macvoiceover] Still looking for an amadeus pro user


If there are any amides pro users who would be able to perhaps assist in learning some of the program I would greatly appreciate it. I'm familiar with editing and have even tried working with some of the commands but there are definitely some things I don't understand. Thanks.
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