I was wondering if any of you all were into digital video, such as FCP, iDVD2, iMovie, DVD Studio Pro, etc? <br><br>I found a great site where I can learn about all this and the admin, alex, knows his [censored]. SFDV is the place...yeah, it's San Francisco, but I'm not there and I'm accepted <br><br>I don't mean this to sound like spam, it's just that I figured with all these sites, it's nice to have a place to go where someone can help you learn. Check it out.<br><br>
well, let me know when the site starts moving. 2 posts in the forum on iMovie/iDVD and 3 posts on the compression forum. doesn't appear that the site gets the traffic i want when i am having problems that need to be solved (quickly). i have been going to 2-pop.com, but i am disappointed with numbers of visitors that site gets and their forums only do slightly better than your sfdv and 2-pop is supposed to be one of the better sites for digital video stuff. hmmm. <br><br>wish something would get popular.<br><br><br><br>[color:blue] -sean</font color=blue>
Well, it's not my site. And any questions would get answered pretty quickly by Alex or someone.<br><br>See.that's the quandry of new sites....noone wants to go to a seemingly dead place cause of fear of no quick answers...so then there are no new posts. I'm trying to help it get going so others can help me! LOL Come on..join and ask.what harm will it do? Take about 5 minutes out of your time.<br><br>
You two are welcome. I'm trying to help boost activity there for Alex...he tries so hard and I want to see this one take off...especially since I wanna learn FCP and other things about digital video.<br><br>
John,<br>What you are doing is a very good thing. The forum is very well put together and has nice touches in the Members section such as a bar for posts. I intend to tell my video pals to join and enjoy the enthusiasm. I only wish I had a little more savvy to ask some of the basic questions. On the other hand, that's what my local homies are for. A very nice addition to the MacCentral and MacMinute family.<br>Sure beats some of the rants about nothing.<br><br>
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