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I like this quote because it is even more true of the digital computer when applied to video: the software (existing, comsumer) often has all sorts of potentials that its designers did not intend--and that they may even regard as "bugs" and try to "fix" in later versions of the program. This is the reason I prefer such software over the "properly working" professional software that I've had the opportunites to work with in the past.
Read Direct Video: Electronic Art form for Color Television for the full text of Beck's discussion.
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