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Is this a Lightworks keyword? 3 weeks ago #217919

  • andrixnet
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This is possible an indirect homage to Lightworks.

Watching the movie "Exit Wounds" (2001) ( wikipedia ), at about 1:10:30 into the movie, the scene where Lattrel shows Boyd his operation and they go into the back room and Trish shows some footage, we see two short glimpses of a colorful keyboard that looks very similar to the Lightworks keyboard layout and color scheme.

Does anyone know if it is an actual LWKS keyboard (albeit older model from 2000 when the movie was made) or a similar keyboard by another NLE vendor?


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Re: Is this a Lightworks keyword? 3 weeks ago #217926

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Looks more like Avid.
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Re: Is this a Lightworks keyword? 3 weeks ago #217929

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Right! It's a old Avid Media Composer keyboard with the weightlifter icon on the Z key (bottom left corner of the second picture).

Re: Is this a Lightworks keyword? 3 weeks ago #217975

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Definitely Avid. It's identical to the first Media Composer that I worked with in 1994.

And apparently the weight lifter is back.
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