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Vision Lab

Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:29pm

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Biblmac

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I am wondering what is so great about vision lab compared to effects lab and composite lab
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:46pm

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The Siege

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http://fxhome.com/products/range.html#featurecomparison

Table at the bottom of the page explains it all
Posted: Tue, 28th Aug 2007, 8:56am

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Link123456

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Basically vision lab does everything the other two do and more.
Posted: Wed, 29th Aug 2007, 7:50pm

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rogolo

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This question has been asked many times before. Remember to use the Search bar for questions like this in the future.

(You can also check out the Comparison chart for a breakdown of all of the products.)
Posted: Mon, 17th Sep 2007, 10:18am

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Bflat5

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Vision Lab is the best way to go. Very cool program!