Linked by Eugenia Loli on Tue 2nd Jun 2009 23:06 UTC
Multimedia, AV For those not familiar with Sony Vegas, it's thought to be the geek choice for video editing on Windows. It's much cheaper than the heavyweight solutions in the industry, but at the same time very powerful and robust. Let's have a look as to what's new in its 9th version.
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Comment by Zaitch
by Zaitch on Wed 3rd Jun 2009 07:29 UTC
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I am no movie director by any stretch of the imagination, just doing editing of AVCHD video files of my family on Platinum 8. I'm probably not stretching it. I have a decent dual core AMD with 3Gb on Vista 32bit, but rendering can take some time (obviously)

Is there much of an overall gain moving to 64 bit with Vegas? In overall usability terms and speed of operation?

My thinking is the move to Windows 7 in a few months time might be 64 bit and a good time to upgrade to Platinum 9 64 bit?

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