Full version vs Lite
Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 3:10am
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I have the lite version of Effects Lab and wanted to know how much more different is the Full Version.
Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 4:29am
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Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 4:37am
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How much more does the pro cost if I already have the lite?
One more question, I use a lot of the Alam DV2 Plug ins will this be much improved in terms of placement and positioning of the effects?
Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 5:37am
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$39 USD, 29€, £25 (I believe)
One more answer, not as far as I know, but I stand to be corrected.
Posted: Mon, 19th Nov 2007, 6:03am
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Feel free to look in the store for the prices of any product. Depending on your location and currency conversion rates, the prices may fluctuate a little, but in the store you can always get the current upgrade cost in your local currency.
AlamDV plug-ins function exactly the same in the Pro and Lite versions. The only difference is that in the Pro, there is a smoothing option for the tweening of the animation.
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 12:04am
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Another thing is that if you buy Lite and upgrade to Pro later you'll ultimately be spending a little more than you would if you just buy Pro.
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 12:08am
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That's good to know as I may be switching to a Mac soon and will buy the full Mac version.
I have no idea how to work a Mac and been using PC for the last 10 years!
Thanks for the great responces!
Posted: Tue, 20th Nov 2007, 12:45am
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However, you can upgrade to EffectsLab Pro and cross grade to Mac, which I believe is cheaper than buying PRO without the upgrade
Posted: Sat, 19th Apr 2008, 8:32am
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I just spent 4 and a half hours adding multiple effects to a slo motion gunshot, only to have EffectsLab Lite freeze on me when I went to save the project.
You have no idea how incredibly upset I am. I have to scrap this shot entirely because I dont have time to this all again before the project is due.
I sure hope VisionLab is more reliable.
Posted: Sat, 19th Apr 2008, 3:36pm
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When using any software, it is a good idea to save on a frequent and regular basis.
Posted: Tue, 22nd Sep 2009, 12:42am
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I personally have found effects lab lite just fine for working with...
Posted: Thu, 15th Oct 2009, 10:10am
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And the award for Most Bizarre Reply Time Lag goes to...this topic!