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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 9:15 AM

    • Thomas
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    Any recommendations for an Avid 2019 Version


    I want to update from a 2018 to a 2019 Version.

    Any recommendations?

    Most importantly it should be stable and without many bug issues.


    Thank You!

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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 9:41 AM In reply to

    Re: Any recommendations for an Avid 2019 Version

    I've been using 2019.12 for a while now (PC) and its pretty good.

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  • Fri, Apr 17 2020 9:55 AM In reply to

    Re: Any recommendations for an Avid 2019 Version

    I was also using 2019.12 and it was good. I had a problem linking to MTS files - audio wasn't coming through. I rolled back to 2019.11 and it works. Apparently it's a known bug that's fixed whenever 2020.x is released. That's the only issue I've run into.

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