Why is Avid Studio content installed to a Pinnacle folder rather than an Avid folder

When installing Avid Studio content, you may notice that it is installed by default to a Pinnacle folder which is created in C:UsersPublicDocuments. This is normal. This folder is named Pinnacle to insure access to content elements that may have been installed for previously installed versions of Pinnacle Studio.

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