What has Apple got to match this PC 2615
What has Apple got to match this PC 2616
Mitch Who said it was a "general computer package?" I said it's a PC-based solution. I'm asking what...
No, you have to show that the cited object has an advantage over the mac-FCP solution -- because THAT was your point. The TriCaster solution is more expensive and offers a different function.
Of course not -- and the TriCaster is one of those products!
That is too much to ask. There are many hundreds of functions in video production. There is nothing suggesting that Apple is trying to compete for all functions, and every sense of reason should tell you that.
What? That's exactly like saying that because Goodyear makes tires they also need to be making ever other part of the car. Apple does not claim to encompbutt all functions of all of video and production; that is why they have no obligation or reason to operate and offer a product for every one of those functions. Live switching is one of those differences.
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How about this, from a blog on the MSDN site by Chris Wilson: ***** I want to be clear that our intent...
Oh, if you tried to add ALL of the functions of the TriCaster, you might indeed -- but that should be a signal that these are different kinds of products, not that the TriCaster is a vastly superior product. If you were doing live switching, you wouldn't buy a computer for nonlinear editing and then add a series of I-O cards. Similarly, if you were looking for a nonlinear editing solution, you wouldn't get a TriCaster, since you can't add that ability at any price.
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No storage of the parts you need for editing. Yes, you can store some things in the TriCaster -- but since it is for a different purpose entirely, you don't store the same things. That makes a difference.
Hardly. If you examine that list, it is not about storing editing footage or managing more than one project at a time. Look, it stores overlays and clips for dumping into the live feed -- you would normally load those from the computer that produced them (like a Mac!) but you wouldn't build them in the TriCaster, and you wouldn't store unrelated clips and art in the TriCaster, nor does it offer a way to save that artwork outside the TriCaster.
Let's see -- no keyboard, no options for loading any other OS or application, presumably none of the required PC components like BIOS, no optical storage, andd therefore no ability to add or use any of the programs you would require for another function.
You are looking at a list of options for sorting and displaying overlays and transitions and clips into a live output. That is nothing like a complete nonlinear editing package, although they can complement each other.
Actually, I'm only feeling a lot smarter than you are. You're using the makers own marketing-speak as evidence that it is really easy to use?
You haven't looked at that breastle again -- you asked about matching a PC, and then pointed to something which is a PC in no way whatever.
I gave that answer AT LEAST five times. Apple has NOTHING to match this device. Nor should they, nor have they ever attempted to, nor is this device even vaguely related to a computer or anything that Apple makes or is involved with. Is THAT clear enough?