Sony Vegas Pro 12 Review And Low Price

Sony Vegas Pro 12

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Requirements

  • Microsoft Windows Vista 64-bit SP2, Windows 7 64-bit, or Windows 8 64-bit operating system
  • 2 GHz processor (multicore or multiprocessor CPU recommended for HD or stereoscopic 3D)
  • 500 MB hard-disk space for program installation
  • 4 GB RAM (8 GB recommended)
  • OHCI-compatible IEEE-1394DV card (for DV and HDV capture and print-to-tape)
  • USB 2.0 connection (for importing from AVCHD, XDCAM EX, NXCAM, or DVD camcorders)
  • 512 MB GPU memory
  • Windows-compatible sound card
  • DVD-ROM drive (for installation from a DVD only)
  • Supported CD-recordable drive (for CD burning only)
  • Supported DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW (for DVD burning only)
  • Supported BD-R/-RE drive (for Blu-ray Disc burning only)
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 3.51 (included on application disc)
  • Apple QuickTime 7.1.6 or later for reading and writing QuickTime files
  • Internet Connection (for Gracenote MusicID Service)
  • GPU-accelerated video processing and rendering require an OpenCL-supported NVIDIA, AMD/ATI, or Intel GPU with 512MB memory or more.

You must provide your registration information to Sony Creative Software Inc., a US company, in order to activate the software.

Product Description

       The Vegas Pro 12 collection provides an efficient, intuitive 64-bit native environment for professional audio and video production, as well as DVD and Blu-ray Disc authoring. This comprehensive suite offers a robust, forward-thinking approach to the art of content creation and audio-visual production. With innovative stereoscopic 3D tools, broad format support, robust OpenFX plug-in architecture, unparalleled audio support, and a full complement of editorial features, the Vegas Pro 12 collection delivers everything needed to produce outstanding results. Supporting more formats, more workflows, and more creative control than ever before, Vegas Pro 12 makes it easy to deliver your message and express your artistic vision.
What others have to say:

By William Song

Style Name:Pro
I bought Vegas Pro 12 from Sony’s site, because I had v 9 and qualified for an upgrade price. Before v 12, I had very limited editing experience. I’d recently hired a professional crew to shoot educational video clips for my business. It was a simple shoot, just me in front of the camera answering questions. I thought, “I’ll edit these videos with version 9.”
But the crew gave me P2 files, which is a much higher quality format since they used a professional camera. Rather than ask them to convert P2 into a lower quality format that v 9 could read, I upgraded to v 12 so I could join the modern world and not worry about file formats.
– – – – – Pros and cons of Sony Vegas Pro – – – – –
Pros – v 12 has so many options! And if it doesn’t have the option you want, you can get software that works with Vegas Pro. Ex. I was just on Sony’s site and saw an article on their tight integration with Hit Film, a tool that creates  2D and 3D Hollywood-quality visual effects. It’s too fancy for me, but who knows, maybe later I’ll want to create a rain sequence without needing to film a grey sky and rain.
– v 12 imports many file formats (i.e., P2!) directly into the software without some conversion process. Don’t quote me on this, but I think that some competitors need to convert files before you can start editing, and that’s a pain.
– Vegas Pro began life as an audio editor, and as any good video editor knows, audio is a huge part of video.
– Excellent multi-camera editing. If you’re integrating video from multiple cameras, you’ll love this feature. I watched a tutorial and was impressed at how quickly the guy could edit four different cameras.

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