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Sony Vegas

Sony Vegas is a professional non-linear video editing system originally published by Sonic Foundry and now owned and run by Sony Creative Software.

Application Description

Sony Vegas 08 released on September 10, 2007, the Vegas Pro collection combines Vegas Pro 8.0, DVD Architect Pro 4.5, and Dolby Digital AC-3 encoding software to offer an integrated environment for all phases of professional video, audio, DVD, and broadcast production.

Sony Vegas 09 released May 11, 2009, Sony Creative Software released Sony Vegas Pro 9.0 with greater support for digital cinema including:support for 4K resolution/native support for pro camcorder formats like Red and XDCAM EX

Sony Vegas 10, released October 11, 2010, introduces many new features such as:Stereoscopic 3D Editing/Comprehensive Closed Captioning/GPU-Accelerated AVC Encoding /Image Stabilization/ Audio Event FX/Track ManagementOpenFX plugins support and a few more updates and UI changes.

Sony Vegas 11 was released on October 17, 2011. Major updated features include GPGPU acceleration of video decoding, effects, playback, compositing, pan/crop, transitions, and motion. Additionally, it enhance text tools, stereoscopic/3D features, RAW photo support, and new event synchronization mechanisms. It doesn't support Windows XP with X64 Version-for switch compatible setup.

Sony Vegas 12 was released on November 9, 2012. It enhanced 4D support, added more visual effects, and has faster encoding performance. It is dedicated to 64-bit versions of Windows.

Sony Vegas 13 was released on April 7, 2014. It has new collaboration tools and streamlined workflows to professional content producers.

Video Limit Problem

RMs can be played in the Sony Vegas Pro is the popular video editing programs in Windows. But it does happen that it won't allow you to import some of your video source files. Sony Vegas supports DV, M2TS, M2T, Sony MXF, MP4, MPEG-1 and MPEG-2, SWF, WMV, etc. If you got a unsupported video source, you need to view what's the real codec for the video to import to Vegas. You can use GSpot to help check which required codec is missing, and then you can download and install required codec. However, if you don't know much about codec, you can just get a video converter to simply convert the video to another format for Vegas.

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