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    What outside plugins do you use? (I need more)
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    Senior Member HotConductor's Avatar
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    I am currently using Neat Video, and that IT. I need more plugins, willing to shell out some money. Please hit me with the coolest, flashiest plugins you've got.

    I'll drink a shot of bourbon every time someone says "After Effects". I know there are some other alternatives.

    I basically shoot music videos and weddings. My wife and I are stepping up our game and no longer settling for the built-in Sony FX (which have served me well thus far).

    Thank you in advance!


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    AFTER EFFECTS.... Drink up buddy.

    When I was using Vegas Pro 9, I had some useful stuff from NewBlue FX.
    An UNPURE D800, Canon 7D | Dell M6500 - MSI GS70 | Windows 7 Pro 64bit - 8 Pro 64bit


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    New Blue Essentials I, II, II
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    ince using these filters I haven't used the built in Sony ones in a while.


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    Boris FX
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    VM-Rexor http://vegas.vm-rexor.pl/index.php?lang=EN&sel=Effects
    Tool Farm has a list of different plugins http://www.toolfarm.com/plugins/inde...#Plug-in_Lists
    Blender 3D. Not a direct plugin but can be useful if you need 3D stuff and it's free.


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    Thank you all. I'm looking into all of these options, although I have no clue what you mean 'twilling'. Gotta use complete sentences.


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    what do yall use for lighting. any suggestions?


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    You may have a look at www.fbmn-software.com: this is a white balance correction tool, which provides high quality results - similar to what you get for photos with Lightroom.

    The web site has a link to a benchmark showing that it is the best white balance tool so far for Sony Vegas.
    Comparative screenshots show the results obtained with it and with other tools.

    There is a special launch offer for the moment. And you have 7 days to try it for free.


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    Ok, today is an awesome sale over at Red Giant.. 40% off. Sweet! The code is "BIGSALE2010" for anyone who's interested.

    HOWEVER... I want to download quicklooks or looks, along with the wedding presets. Would be EXACTLY what I need. HOWEVER, they don't support anything past 32bit Vegas 8. Is there any way to get their plugins working in 64bit Sony Vegas Pro 10???

    Please advise. I just need some nice plugins and Red Giant's "Looks" is exactly what I'd like to use. If not, I'm stuck using NewBlue's suites which seem to be slightly underpar... I would love your feedback.


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    they don't work in Vegas 10 64 Bit. I think they do work on the 32bit version tho.

    I installed Borix FX Continuum Complete a couple of days ago. Incredible set of plugins for Vegas, the most advanced one i've seen so far. Very impressive stuff.

    check it out here: http://www.borisfx.com/bcc/


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