I would make sure I save such in a neutral format. I've run into some that think this is automatic.
I am getting ready to start a digital media business which includes digital photography, digital audio, and digital movie making. I spent the longest time deciding between using either Win or Macs for the business. Having never touched a Mac in my life, at first naturally I was going to go with Win, but then I saw how awesome the Macs looked, and how they apparently tied into the things I was trying to do ( at least www.apple.com hey looked like that ). Plus I was really impressed with Final Cut Pro, and since they had Logic, and the entire Adobe line up and Avid lineup was being created for Macs too. I decided I would go with both. Keeping in mind I have never used a Mac before.
Is a Windows-Mac Network possible especially for what I am trying to do? or would I be better off just using one format over the other? If it is possible, how do I do it?
Also, if I did Photoshop work, Music work, and video work on a Mac, could I easily convert them to a Windows machine with no problems, provided I am using the same programs on both?
And this may sound dumb, but, if I take digital pics or video and recorded them to a CD or DVD on a Mac, with no editing, could I use that same CD or DVD full of JPEGS, Raw images, or Video footage on a Windows, and work with them on it as well?
This is my first post, so I apologize if I am asking to much for my first post.