Khopesh made by Neil Burridge and owned by Mick Skelly.
This was the first and will quite possibly be the last video I edited using Adobe Premiere. It was not a pleasant experience, but perhaps I will give it another chance one day. I now have Avid Liquid/Pinnacle 17, so I'm hoping that once I've learned to use that, my problems will diminish. In the last few months I tried four editing packages on my new computer and none has been great. I suspect that if I could get some twenty year-old professional software, it would prove much better. I notice that in common with Sony Vegas Studio, it has screwed up the colours of the title plates, which is very annoying.
Anyway, happy New Year, viewers!
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