Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 video review



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Sony's Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 is the first consumer-grade video editing app to support 3D camcorder footage directly. You can adjust the 3D effect, apply filters, and perform all normal editing tasks, then output 3D to YouTube and Blu-ray disc. The range of effects available is comprehensive, and there's a new, more powerful text and titling plug-in, although only 10 video tracks are available. This is a powerful editing tool, although the interface will be daunting for new users.

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Brian ONeill

July 7, 2011, 3:14 pm

Wow that UI looks horrendous. I tested a range of video editors a while ago, and they where all shockingly complex. I ended up using windows movie maker, basic but easy to understand.

I mean honestly would it kill these guys to invest a bit in usability? Adobe is the same.

Bob Dix Photographer

August 29, 2011, 4:34 am

Although I agree with Brian on the interface, After using Premiere Pro for 7 years , this is not so bad and really works efficiently, especially the GPU Acceleration on AVCHD and H.264 mov out of a Canon 5D Mark II, it's Stabilization is excellent and the unobtrusive rendering smooth, better than Premiere Elements. As this is an 1/8 price of Sony Vegas Pro 10 and based on the same operating system except not 64 bit, it still gives even Premiere Pro 5.5 a go for the money

Bob Dix Photographer

August 29, 2011, 1:16 pm

This is a really good editing suite for AVCHD & H.264 mov clips

Nicholas Staines

January 3, 2016, 10:37 pm

I have used Sony Vegas for a long time. The interface may be "intimidating" at first, but in no time you should feel yourself right at home. It great for professional editors and enthusiasts alike. Great performance. I am using Version 13 Vegas Pro. Not Movie Studio bit have used it before. I highly recommend this video editor along with a photo editor. If you hate subscriptions and want something like Adobe Pr, this is your only other option.

Rick L

March 15, 2016, 12:08 am

Does this work for Windows 10 x64? I'm having problems because it's looking for the old .net 3.5 sp1

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