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SOFTWARE Division semis, Round 2: Photoshop vs Qlab
« on: Dec 18, 2014, 12:02 am »
Pre-production takes on the open run in the "Mac Attack" Software division semi-finals. On the one side of the court we have surprise winner Photoshop, which survived a tight match against Filemaker last week. It remains to be seen if Adobe's most widely pirated moneymaker can hold its own when paired against Qlab, an app made specifically for the backstage industry.

The main question of this tournament - "Which software is the most useful" - takes on a different connotation in this round. These two digital tools may be the most exclusive ones remaining in the tournament with the smallest user base. Rather than "more useful," we may be determining which of the two has been used at all among the users of SMNetwork.

The winner here will take on battered and bruised Excel, fresh from its knock down, drag out rumble against its sibling Excel, in the division finals next week.
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Re: SOFTWARE Division semis, Round 2: Photoshop vs Qlab
« Reply #1 on: Dec 18, 2014, 03:48 pm »
Having done my own Marketing with Photoshop AND my own sound design with QLab, I am so torn. So torn.
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