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Favorite video editing/information sites?

Feb 9, 2004
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Hey, I'm looking to build a decent bookmark folder based on Final Cut. Actually, based on anything that has to do with video work, editing work, or camera usage. If you have a favorite site (or several), let me know. I just want to build a resource database.

I'll start off, http://nickyguides.digital-digest.com is a great site. Particularly, it explains interlacing very well, and the difference between NTSC and PAL.

Any others would be appreciated! Thanks...


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