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On a number of occassions it has become evident that there is a binary approach to owning a beloved tool in the filmmaker's kit.

There are the workers, whose approach is to just get the job done. These are the 'If it ain't broke don't fix it' types. It is a sound policy as deadlines, pressure from clients and an assumption that the product is ready to use out of the box, make for a stong case. It's worth considering, however, that whilst this is a sensible approach, you may in fact be missing out on features that could significantly enhance your product. 

The opposite approach is to hawkishly watch out for every update the manufacture releases. These folks will rush headlong into an upgrade, under the assumption that the upgraded product will offer new and improved features.

Which one are you?

I would suggest it is not always better to just upgrade without first reading the fine print. You will find this in the "read more" link at the bottom of the upgrade description on the support page. It is always better to be cautious and never do an update mid project.

Joe D.

27th July, 2022
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