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Genju1 MAGIX VEGAS Movie Studio on Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:49 am

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MAGIX VEGAS Movie Studio

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About this App:

Vegas Movie Studio (previously Sony Vegas Movie Studio) is a consumer-based nonlinear video editing software designed for the PC. It is a scaled-down version of Vegas Pro. Movie Studio was formerly called "Sonic Foundry VideoFactory" and then "Sony Screenblast Movie Studio,"

Video features
Unlike its professional counterpart, Movie Studio can only edit with ten video tracks and ten audio tracks[3] (originally it was set with two video tracks, a title overlay track and three audio tracks). The Platinum Edition of Sony Movie Studio, furthermore, can edit with 20 video and 20 audio tracks. It can edit in multiple as well as standard 4:3 and 16:9 aspect ratios, and it's one of the very few consumer editors that can also edit 24p video (after a manual frame rate setup). It also does not have the same advanced compositing tools as Vegas does, and does not have project nesting or masking.

The Platinum Edition of Movie Studio has powerful color correction tools similar to the version on Vegas Pro, including a three-wheel color corrector. It also adds HDV and AVCHD-editing capabilities, but does not support SD or HD-SDI formats.

Like Vegas Pro, the Movie Studio versions can also perform DV batch capture, a feature usually found only in high-end video editors. Version 6 also added the ability to capture from Sony Handycam DVD camcorders. However, it cannot capture analog video without the use of a FireWire video converter.

Movie Studio features significantly more effects and transitions than the full version of Vegas does. However, if the user upgrades to the full version of Vegas, then the user still gets to keep those same effects.

Movie Studio supports a wide variety of file formats and codecs and can use "Video for Windows" codecs to support even more.

Audio features
Movie Studio has 13 different audio effects, and the Platinum version adds more, in addition to 5.1 Surround sound mixing and editing. The software is also compatible with Sony's ACID Music Studio software, and an even more cut-down version called ACID Xpress ships with the 1001 Sound Effects CD included.

Other features
With version 7, Vegas Movie Studio Platinum Edition added the ability to export to iPod and Sony PSP, a feature that was originally only available in the full version of Vegas and is becoming increasingly common in consumer-level video editors. Both versions also ship with a cut-down version of Sony's DVD Architect software, called DVD Architect Studio, replacing the Sonic MyDVD program bundled with the software when it was titled as Screenblast Movie Studio.

Sony added "Show Me How" tutorials for users new to the software or digital video editing. Both versions also ship with Sony's 1001 Sound Effects CD (in contrast to Vegas's Limited Edition Sony Pictures Sound Effects CD), which also includes ACID XPress, an even more scaled-down version of their ACID music creation software. Similarly, the product also ships with sample video clips and music loops to enhance the users' home video projects.

Version 9 also added direct upload to YouTube, an increasingly common feature in many consumer-oriented editing programs.

Version 10 added GPU rendering, and allowed movie studio users to benefit from Sony Vegas Pro 9's improved audio stretching and pitch shifting capabilities. It also allowed for a maximum of 20 Tracks (10 video, 10 audio).

As of Version 13, Movie Studio Platinum allows for up to 20 video tracks and 20 audio tracks. It can also edit and render projects in 4K video. Version 13 drops "Vegas" from the name of the program, reserving it exclusively for the professional edition, but Magix restored the "Vegas" in the name in version 14 after the acquisition.

This movie making software features the familiar timeline workflow. Users who know their way around the timeline format should grasp the essentials of the software with few problems. You can add up to 200 audio/video editing tracks for complex projects, which will more than satisfy the needs of veteran editors. However, beginners, novices and casual users may find the interface daunting. And unlike almost all the other applications in our review, VEGAS lacks the simplified storyboard mode which would help the uninitiated build their projects quickly and easily.

VEGAS has a healthy library of titles, transitions and effects to choose from. Most editors will be satisfied with the toolset that includes advanced features like the chroma key (green screen), video stabilizer, audio mixer, masking tools, 3D editing and more. Some of these tools are easy to find, but others are buried deep within the interface and even knowledgeable editors may have to consult the help section or tutorials to find what they’re looking for. But once learned, these tools are useful and powerful and will be invaluable tools that enable editors to craft both simple and complex videos.

One new feature worthy of note is multi-cam mode. This tool allows you to import and synchronize video footage of an event taken from multiple sources. For example, video of a concert, sports game or other event captured on multiple smartphones can be synced and edited into a single video. This could previously be accomplished manually, but it is extremely difficult and time consuming, even for veteran editors. The multi-cam mode removes all the guesswork and allows you to switch between angles quickly and easily.

As useful as its editing array is, VEGAS still has some catching up to do when compared to some of the other programs on our lineup. For example, this video editor lacks motion tracking capabilities. This would allow you to isolate moving objects and people within a video and apply effects to them as the video progresses. The program also lacks the ability to manipulate 360-degree video. And even though this new tech is still in its infancy, all the award-winning products in our review have tools to work with this type of footage. If you need these features, you can find them all in our top pick, CyberLink PowerDirector.

When you’re finished crafting your video project with VEGAS Movie Studio, you’ll find the exporting process rather easy to manage. The Make Movie Wizard gives you several options to save a video file to your hard drive, burn a DVD or Blu-ray, and even upload it to sharing sites like YouTube, Facebook and Vimeo. Advanced users will appreciate the customizable render templates that allow them to fine-tune how they want their videos to be exported.


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