Computer Shopper by Denny Atkin
With decent basic tools built right into Windows 7, you don't have to look too far to perform casual video editing if you're bound to a PC. But if you work in media or Web-site production, or are the serious go-to person for your entire brood's vacation and event videos, a stiffer solution is in order. Midrange consumer-grade video-editing packages will work for many, but pro-grade programs like Adobe Premiere and Sony Vegas Pro are all that will do for folks for whom time spent processing frames equals money.
That's the kind of user that Sony Creative Software’s Vegas Pro serves. The latest version of this professional video-editing package includes a wide variety of enhanced features and performance optimizations that make it worth considering for any regular Vegas Pro user. While version 10 was light on new stuff and primarily of upgrade interest to producers of 3D video, Vegas Pro 11’s interface tweaks, improved performance, and superb new titling module make it an upgrade that will pay off for just about any Vegas loyalist.
Newcomers to the series will find plenty compelling, too. Among the appealling items is a video editor and disc-authoring system that’s arguably more accessible than the multi-program approach taken by Adobe Premiere. It's also more laden with high-end, pro-friendly features than Apple’s controversial Final Cut Pro X.
Whether you're upgrading from a previous version or diving into your first prosumer video-editing application, Vegas Pro 11 is a strong choice. Read on to find out why. read more...
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