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Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP

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  • Edit video in nearly any format including 3D MVC and Sony AVCHD video.
  • Create stereoscopic 3D projects and output them in a variety of formats.
  • Produce high-quality movies, corporate videos, wedding DVDs, and more
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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / 7 / XP
  • Media: Software
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • Product Dimensions: 13.5 x 2.8 x 19 cm ; 77 g
  • ASIN: B0051M6I9O
  • Release Date: June 3 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #389 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

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Have been using the program to create a few home movies
using easy features was straight forward, but other features
were hard and tedious it takes time to get the hang of it but
the results were impressive. Convert to mp4 took a long time
but I guess it's normal.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Pretty good video editing software April 22 2012
By Musicfan - Published on Amazon.com
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I have been using Sony Vegas for my home video editing for several years. I have used a couple of different version in the past, and upgraded to this version to support HD video editing from my newly acquired Panasonic TM900. My review may be biased by being already familiar with the previous versions of the product.

Here are my needs:
- Support regular DV videos from my previous camcorder
- Support HD video, 1080P, from the TM900
- Standard video editing capabilities
- Write to blu-ray format for the HD sources
- Write to standard DVD for the remaining DV tapes
- Create YT appropriate files for both the HD and DV videos
- No need for the 3D capability -- so this opinion does not related to those who need this feature

At this point, I have gone through all of these use cases listed above, and the s/w has delivered adequately for all my needs. For my use, I don't really do anything particularly fancy. Most of the editing and DVD production features that I need are fairly straightforward needs, and I haven't had any problems with this version. I find the video editing s/w very intuitive and easy to use. The DVD Architect feels a little more quirky, and certainly not the easiest to use. But I can produce what I want to produce with the DVD Architect.

My PC has a quad-core processor, and 4GB of memory. The s/w has been absolutely stable on this box -- no crashes. I do not know if the s/w actually makes use of the multiple cores during rendering -- since that is by far the longest lead time part of the process. Rendering the HD videos without having the camera attached is a mistake. I learned it the hard way the first time I tried it. Other than the rude shock of how long the HD rendering takes, I am very pleased with the s/w.

My only real beef with Vegas has the audio processing capabilities included in the package. There are multiple versions of similar effects included, and the documentation to help use the right set of filters is lacking. But if you are not picky about the audio, you probably would not care about this limitation.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Best Bang For Your Buck Jan. 4 2012
By Mike - Published on Amazon.com
Sony Vegas is arguably the best bang for your buck video editing software on the market today. While the learning curve can be a little steep and it has some limitations, overall it's a fantastic package that hits the spot for most amateur video editing endeavors. I've tried a whole bunch of programs and this one seems to be the best value for money - especially once you take the time to learn it properly.

Sony has 4 different versions of the Vegas software suite, ranging from the low end Studio HD to the high end Pro. The HD Platinum version sits somewhere in the middle and offers most of the features that you'd require for a range of different projects. Most users won't require the features offered in the Pro version (though sometimes I wish some of them were available as paid plugins for HD Platinum).

It's got some fantastic features like automatic splitting between video and sound, quick video splitting with the press of a button, lots of effects including the ability to use a 'green screen' effect, easy sound/image fading, text effects, slow motion, credits, drag/drop clips, export to YouTube, layers, etc. It really does have most of the tools that you'll require to create some kick ass movies, quickly and efficiently.

It's also got fantastic help and tutorials. Plus there are lots of YouTube tutorials too.

Over all, it's a fantastic piece of software for the price which I highly recommend!
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Finally some software that just works. Jan. 9 2012
By Cade Brown - Published on Amazon.com
After years of purchasing different versions of Adobe's home video editing software and trying various trial versions of other companies software I decided to try something different. Sony Vegas Studio 11 is not as immediately user friendly as Adobe purports to be but with minimal effort (watch YouTube videos) you can quickly get comfortable with the software.

It has very powerful tools and the available tools will most likely exceed the requirements or abilities of your average home video editor.

The greatest thing about this software is it just WORKS - I have yet to encounter a single crash even with my 4 year old computer and the output videos work. Continual crashes were the norm with my previous software choices.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Editing Software Dec 23 2011
By Cookie29 - Published on Amazon.com
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I ordered this version of Sony Vegas after doing plenty of research and checking into the tutorials online that would be available to me. The videos I like to make focus more around music instead of plot-style movies so I felt this editor was the best choice. I have a regular HP desktop running Windows Vista (32-bit)and the only small issue I had was upgrading to SP2 to start the installation. (I needed to do that anyways.) It didn't take long to install and after registering online I was up and running in no time.

This software gets complicated but I've had it for about 3 days and I've made some impressive stuff. The experience from Windows Movie Maker helped me alot and I also am familiar with audio workstations such as Pro Tools and Cubase so kinda the same vibe to this but with video instead of audio.

There are plenty of tutorials and 3rd party enhancements to help you out with this so its as easy as visiting youtube and taking the time to learn the techniques. I gave this software 5 stars because I got everything I ever wanted in a video editor and the price is great. Goodbye Windows Movie Maker...

If your looking to make plot style movies... then the Adobe Premier software would be worth taking a look at, but Sony Vegas is solid.
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Been using the newly released trial version June 11 2011
By Jack (NMI) Stecker - Published on Amazon.com
First I am using the trial version.
So Far I love it but I am a relative newcomer to Video editing. That is why the 4 stars. I have Used Adobe Photoshop element v8. I have used that to make slide shows. Not video's. I am use to Photoshop for slide shows so I am having to live with a learning curve on Vegas on that. The only thing I miss in Vegas is the option to automatically adjust the clips to the audio. But That is it.
The advantage to Vegas is that it is a 64bit app which means it can more efficiently use memory than Adobe.
Cybernet's trial version gave me trouble with the video quality. Very Poor.
So Far for the price I'm drawn to Sony Vegas Platinum 11 suite or Adobe Element 9/Premium package.
The only problem I had with Vegas was the learning curve and I had a crash one time but I occasionally get them with Adobe also.
I will keep updating this as time passes. I will also put down my final choice for a video editor. I will update my rating also as time passes
Update I have used it enough now that I feel confident in ordering it.
Update 06-13-2011:
OMG This is amazing. I had no Idea. A group I'm in is celebrating an anniversary and I had a bunch of stills from last year. I've made slide shows before but OMG never like this. This is amazing. I haven't had any crashes. Just the learning curve.

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