avid express pro vs liquid 7 pro

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primetime
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I own a small family based video production company and I have farmed out most of the post production stuff to a private company for a TV show that I did in Canada 3 years ago. In the past I have also done my own editing for some smaller video projects using adobe 6.O and pinnacle DV 500 plus.Time to upgrade..

I will be producing DVD, and digital tape productions for wildlife conservation and will be doing the editing myself. Some may be converted to Beta Sp at a later time.

I am looking for a good system for input/output to SD DV tape on firewire Also that will make audio balance and colour correction as easy as possible, should I want to broadcast some of the material at a later date. Good DVD authoring would be essential. I have no plans for HD production but may at a later date.

I am looking at the Avid express pro and the liquid 7 pro for starters. Are these too consumer based or will they fit my needs. Do you have any other suggestions or advice to give me on software purchase. I have heard some good things about Razor as well.

Thank you in advance

Norm Cool
Canada's Primetime Outdoors

fuddam
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Joined: Nov 19 2005

sony vegas 7. best bang for the back, and excessively stable to boot

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primetime
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Thank you for the advice on the vegas 7 software. I just read the product overview and it looks like this is what I am looking for.