Be nice. Or else.
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Davinci Resolve is really good. The free version is limited (as you might expect), but it's still fully functional as an editor. It's definitely made for experienced editors though - it may seem a little overwhelming if you're newer, but all editing is the same basic import-> assemble->output. https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/
You should sign up to be one of their designers - think of the big $$$ you'll be making.
Sorry, just saying that our developers are quite enthusiastic about constraint-based layouts rather than the old fashioned fixed stuff. The real solution for us has to support constraint-based code output for it to be useful.
Just saying that our developers are quite enthusiastic about constraint-based layouts rather than the old fashioned fixed stuff. The real solution for us has to support constraint-based code output.
You sir, are a genius. I thank you and shall name my third child "Paul".
Everyone can be a photographer by taking a photo with their phone, but that doesn't mean that their photos are any good. In the same way it's the photographer's eye that makes their work valuable or not, the designer's aesthetic eye, combined with some craftsmanship in making things are what make the difference between being able to access and operate the tools at a rudimentary level and doing actual design work.
Designers don't make functioning apps, developers do. The goal of Material Design is to remove "design" as a required skill to make a usable app in order to avoid having continuing damage done to the Android brand via the visual and behavioral abominations that used to represent the bulk of Android apps.
I hear you - It's a problem across many apps. Apple needs to institute a way to turn off all non-click input to the mouse, and a second level that allows clicking and scrolling only.
Be nice. Or else.
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