Renew Media Composer Support and Get Symphony Option for $99!
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Avid Standard Support Plan Renewal for Avid Media Composer $285.00 add Symphony option for $99.00

We'd like to tempt you with an incredible offer—renew your Media Composer Upgrade & Support Plan before December 31st for just $285.00 , and get the option to buy Symphony for an additional $99.00!

The Symphony Option—a value of $749.00—gives you advanced secondary and relational color correction tools to help you get any look you desire. That's not all—it also enables Universal Mastering to deliver multiple formats from a single master source.

You should see the Media Composer | Symphony Option appear in your Avid Master Account within 4-5 business days of purchase. You will be able to continue to use Media Composer with the Symphony Option for as long as you keep an active Avid Upgrade & Support contract. If you elect to not renew next year, then you can still use the last version of Media Composer and the Symphony Option that you were entitled to before the plan expired.

Don't miss out on this great opportunity—valid until December 31st, 2017.

Artist DNxIQ Purchase any Avid Artist | DNxIQ and get the Symphony Option for Free!

  • Promo available August 10th – September 30th 2017
  • Orders must be placed by September 15th
  • Must take delivery by September 30th
  • Does not apply to Artist | DNxIQ with 2 year Media Composer subscription as this already includes Symphony Option
Avid Artist | DNxIQ Professional Video I/O Interface $3,899.00 Avid Artist | DNxIQ Hardware Trade-In from Nitris DX or Mojo DX$3,899.00 Avid Artist | DNxIQ Hardware and Media Composer Software Bundles starting at $4,899.00

FREE UPS Ground Shipping & $20 Off for every $350 purchased now through 8/31 with coupon code AUGUST20

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3 comments

Gary Bettan

Gary Bettan

The annual support renewal stays the same. $285 from Videoguys

Dave Schweitzer

Dave Schweitzer

Sold!

Dave Schweitzer

Dave Schweitzer

So let’s say I buy the Symphony option at the time of my usual $300 yearly support plan renewal. Will it cost more than $300 to renew it next year because of the Symphony option?

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