Videomaker by Mark Holder
Sony Vegas Pro is well known as a powerful, yet beginner-friendly video editing program. Boasting several new professional level features and a trio of new plug-ins, Version 13 has a lot to offer, but is it enough to justify an upgrade?
A wide array of video editing software programs dot the post-production landscape these days. They may be simple, inexpensive programs that pretty much do everything for you or they may be very sophisticated and powerful with steep learning curves and a price tag to match. One thing Sony Creative Software has managed to do quite well with their Vegas Pro editor is balance a powerful feature set with a beginner friendly interface and workflow, and a wallet friendly price.
Sony Vegas Pro 13 is a timeline-based editor that is fairly easy to learn and use. If you are already familiar with version 12 you will find that little has changed, except for the addition of a few new pro features, which we?ll cover later. Some of the functions formerly located on an upper toolbar have been moved beneath the Timeline, bringing oft used tools a little closer to the action. Five new edit tools are accessible from this new toolbar: Shuffle, Slip, Slide, Time Stretch/Compress and Split Trim. These functions were previously available via the keyboard but may now be accessed using clickable icons. A few improvements have also been made to project archiving wherein all the media files related to a project are saved into one location, included nested timelines. read more...
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