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    Following my recent post where I praised a book I got I wonder if there's any mileage in creating a new 'Reviews and Recommendations' forum here.

    We could post our reviews and recommendations and they'd be easier to find for others.

    Marc done his excellent thread on Premiere Elements and it would be a place to centralise things like this. I think it might help to encourage people to post things like... "Hey I just bought X and it's great or it's a waste of dosh".

    Just a thought. Comments please!

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    And it could look like this: http://www.videoforums.co.uk/forum5.html

    Perhaps?

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    Yeah Marc it could. Except of course it would say "review" and not "guide"
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    They asked and he provided.

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    to quote a superior being...

    "That'll do Donkey, that'll do!"

    I think I had in mind a seperate forum but combining the two will work for me just as well. Thanks Marc!

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    Yup seperate would have been nice, but at least they've got a home now.

    Nice one Marc.
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    I don't think there should be any more sections, there are plenty as it is.

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    Perhaps too many?

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    Hmm, I was going to suggest that as time goes on it might prove beneficial to seperate out the Premiere from premiere elements posts. It's bound to cause confusion at some point. Someone is bound to ask a question saying they are using 'Premiere' and get an answer useless to them because they are, in fact, using Premiere Elements. It'll happen - The Great Millsini has spoken.

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    Perhaps too many?
    Maybe I won't bother now then

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    Being the recipicant to millys mountain-like knowledge (ie- he recommended the book) I say: Yes! Good idea for a new forum. And that book does rock. I'll post some samples I've accomplished soon

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