Sony Vegas Pro continues to be a niche video editior, although the power, performance and toolset rivals the more mainstream NLEs. Over at Videoguys we've always been big fans of Vegas Pro. It's afforadable, inutive and does a great job with native footage including 2K & 4K. Check out this article and see if if you should add Sony Vegas Pro to your toolbox. Videoguys offers a Vegas Pro Crossgrade for just $299!
ProVideo Coalition by Jeremiah Karpwicz
What makes Sony Vegas Pro a fit for your workflow or post-production environment?
An intuitive, flexible and almost infinitely-customizable NLE
We’ve talked with the people at Sony creative Software about their offerings before, and it’s always great to find out what the people behind the curtain are thinking about and working through. User experience is often a much different conversation though, and we wanted to find out what the users of products like Sony Vegas Pro were saying about the product.
To do so, we tracked down David Jimerson from WrightsvilleBeach Studios, where the dedication to creating the finest, most informative, and most entertaining training materials for how to make films is evident. They’ve done multi-hour instructionals for filmmaking, the prominent ones being Sound for Film and Television, Lighting for Film and Television, and 24p and Frame Rates. They made complete short films as part of the instructional videos, teaching filmmaking by going behind the scenes of real sets, and these short films have done well on the festival circuits, playing at such prominent fests as Slamdance and SXSW. David is presently producing an instructional series for the Catalyst Suite.
We wanted to explore how he uses Sony Vegas Pro, and why that software is his preference over some of the other more prominent NLE’s. We talk through his history in the industry, how he got started using Vegas Pro, what the biggest misconception is around the software and plenty more. read more...