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    Sony has a suggestions entry page at http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/support/productsuggestion.asp.

    But the problem isn't that they're not aware of the concerns.
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    ...they just want you to have everything Sony...so they restrict you like woah.


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    I've been with vegas for a few years now and am also having the same thoughts. I love the NLE but am certainly tempted by FCP's seemingly better codecs. Am I right to think this?


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    Not yet. If Sony finally does lock everything out except Sony products, then maybe, but as of now, I still think Vegas, especially using Raylight, handles various types of footage better.

    The reason for this is that Vegas's timeline is truly format-agnostic; you can drop (almost) anything on it and Vegas will play it in its native codec without having to re-render it to fit the timeline.

    FCP 6 has improved FCP's ability to do this -- you don't need to wait to convert your footage to the timeline's properties -- but instead of playing the footage natively, it does a realtime, on-the-fly conversion as it plays back. How well this works is entirely dependent on the strength of your hardware.
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    I hope Vegas 8 doesn't hate Vista as much as i do.
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    from https://cc.its.maine.edu/~maine/cart/look.php?item_id=4053463

    Now includes: Interactive Tutorials: Show Me How tutorials that provide walk-through demos of common features and functions- all while you re working in your project. ProType Titler: Huge enhancement to our titling capabilities. You can create custom titles, animated texts, unique credit rolls and much, much more. New Mixing Console: You asked - we delivered. The new mixing console utilizes a traditional mixing board set up to allow users to visually see all audio signals in a particular project. Multi-Cam Workflow: Film your productions with multiple cameras and edit them quickly and easily as you watch each shot during the editing process up to 32 different video sources.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdvanTech View Post
    from https://cc.its.maine.edu/~maine/cart...em_id=4053463:
    The new mixing console utilizes a traditional mixing board set up to allow users to visually see all audio signals in a particular project.
    That will be most welcome!


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    Link doesn't work...

    Ok, figured it out...just drop the colon at the end...
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    I've been beta testing Vegas 8 for the past x weeks (I forget ) and while I can't talk about the specifics I think you'll all be quite pleasantly surprised.

    To me it's a much more significant upgrade from 7 to 8 than from 6 to 7


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    I'm an HVX200 user. If Sony rolls out support for the 720/24PN mode, I'll be happy. I understand that Raylight takes care of this problem, but if I don't have to spend the extra cash for Raylight, that would be nice.

    I've been editing a feature on Avid Xpress, and it's just not as intuitive as Vegas, especially on the audio side.


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