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Hagrid wroteI would like to see a separate forums for Studio One V2 and V3 discussions. I would like to be able to ask questions related to V2 without people telling me I should upgrade or it works better or different in V3.

Thanks,

Rick


I like this idea. I'll see if we can get a V2 section up. I have a ton of V2 videos that could be helpful and even though Presonus no longer supports it, I still do. Good suggestion, thanx.

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by themuzic on Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:56 pm
SwitchBack wroteI really like the Community Based Training initiative. Great place to find that one video explaining that one little thing you couldn't work out yourself.

Having said that, man, some of those video's are long-winded to a point where it defies the purpose. I'd love to see video's longer than say 5 minutes come with an index in the post.

Something like this:
00:00 Introduction
08:33 Explaining the problem
22:17 The Solution
31:41 The fast route, using shortcuts
32:15 Recap
36:20 Credits

Who says aye :)


I think this is a great idea however videos like that are usually sold and not given away. It takes time to do that kind of editing as where doing a 3 minute video, direct and to the point would work for what you're looking for.

If you need a quick, to the point video on any given subject, feel free to request it in the Discussion/Requests forum or simply PM me and I will try to fill that order.

Thanx for the suggestion.

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by SwitchBack on Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:13 am
themuzic wrote
SwitchBack wroteI really like the Community Based Training initiative. Great place to find that one video explaining that one little thing you couldn't work out yourself.

Having said that, man, some of those video's are long-winded to a point where it defies the purpose. I'd love to see video's longer than say 5 minutes come with an index in the post.

Something like this:
00:00 Introduction
08:33 Explaining the problem
22:17 The Solution
31:41 The fast route, using shortcuts
32:15 Recap
36:20 Credits

Who says aye :)


I think this is a great idea however videos like that are usually sold and not given away. It takes time to do that kind of editing as where doing a 3 minute video, direct and to the point would work for what you're looking for.

If you need a quick, to the point video on any given subject, feel free to request it in the Discussion/Requests forum or simply PM me and I will try to fill that order.

Thanx for the suggestion.
Yeah, well…
Probably not in general, but I do believe that at least part of the CBT video's are created 'ad lib'. A bit like: "Hey, this little technique is a good one for the forums." So you set up a camera and whatever you want to demonstrate, hit 'record' and start talking. And by the time you hit 'stop' you've done 27 minutes. In those cases it would help to go through that video, write down the intervals where new 'chapters' start, and post that info together with the video. It helps those who already know the problem and would like to skip to the solution :)

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