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  04-14-2006, 01:24 AM
 
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Hi guys...

I'm in the market for a few pieces of software. I don't have to have the latest and greatest in all the options, so am content with older versions. I'm looking for original discs of the following software (don't need manuals) in case some of you have upgraded and want to get something out of your older versions:

MPEG Video Wizard
Adobe Photoshop (or CS2)
DVD-Lab Pro
Procoder

Appreciate any help.

Cheers...Tom
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  04-14-2006, 01:49 AM
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MPEG Video Wizard - only sold as download, non-transferable to owner

Adobe Photoshop (or CS2) - boxed, anything from 6-7-8-CS-CS2 is good, can be found on educational discs too

DVD-Lab Pro - only sold as download, non-transferable to owner

Procoder - about $600 new, fat chance finding this used or discounted new


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  04-21-2006, 10:23 AM
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Are you a student, or can you find a student that can help you purchase on an academic discount? Collegiate and scholastic staff/faculty usually qualify for these discounts too.
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Not a student, but might could find one to assist.
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