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Don Vanderloo

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Ready to Buy

PostTue Jan 09, 2018 12:14 am

I've been a Premiere Pro user for years, but am wondering why I should keep shelling out $600 a year when I can buy and own Resolve for $300. One thing I do like about Adobe CC, though, is the automatic updates that are included in the subscription. Video evolves daily, and I want to always be current. How does DaVinci keep my software current? Is there a price for upgrades?
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Jack Fairley

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Re: Ready to Buy

PostTue Jan 09, 2018 12:41 am

AFAIK upgrades have always been free. They just moved from major version 12 to 14 and nobody had to pay.
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Don Vanderloo

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Re: Ready to Buy

PostTue Jan 09, 2018 12:51 am

Jack Fairley wrote:AFAIK upgrades have always been free. They just moved from major version 12 to 14 and nobody had to pay.

Awesome! See ya' Premiere Pro.
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Re: Ready to Buy

PostTue Jan 09, 2018 2:51 am

I’ve been using Resolve since version 8.2 I think and never paid for any update.


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