Features[ edit ] VEGAS does not require any specialized hardware to run properly, allowing it to operate on almost any standard Windows computer across a broad range of hardware. In areas of compositing and motion graphics, Vegas provides a broad tool set including 3D track motion compositing with control over z-depth , and spatial arrangement of visual planes including plane intersection. Much of the visual effects processing in Vegas follows an audio-like paradigm. Master output effects can also be controlled and manipulated over time by the use of Master Bus track automation envelopes. This restricts its use for Audio production, focusing the product on the post-production, Video NLE market only.
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Which Movie Editing Software to opt for as a Newbie???? The consensus seems to be Sony Vegas. It's relatively simple to use -- my 12 year old found his way around well enough to do the simple stuff.
Bottom line: Vegas gets the job done without too much hassle or cost. When I used Vegas Video I kept saying to myself, well this is how I would have programmed it if I created this program. I liked Vegas Video a lot. I absolutely hated Premiere Pro. Just my viewpoint and I'm sure there's others with the reverse viewpoint. Can you please follow up here on this, Sky? I don't read the Video forum because it seems relatively inactive.
What we didn't like about Vegas: Crashes frequently Could not identify many video types by suffix Tries to keep everything in a weird proprietary codec No easy?
Cannot write H. I probably won't be handling 60 fps video though. Regarding crashes frequently, I did read a post that said enabling acceleration on his graphics card caused problems and disabling it fixed the problems. I found the software very "unfriendly" even after working through classroom in a book. I use Corel Video Studio X5, which is inexpensive, and while not a "pro" program, I can't imagine what I might need to do that wouldn't be in the program, but then I am not a pro video producer.
Also, Corel was easy to learn the basics to start producing movies without excessive frustration. Just my experiences. Crashes frequently Could not identify many video types by suffix Mine is stable, but I'm still on version 8 I think.
It won't recognize the suffix my Canon camcorder uses probably by design Wikipedia says this was originally Ulead Visual Studio. A friend used Ulead back in the VHS camcorder days, and really liked it. Corel must have bought out the product. You can download and try it free for 30 days.
Probably a good recommendation. I checked, and version X5 supports H.