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Sony Vegas Pro 9 Professional Video, Audio Software for Windows - Slip Sleeve Version
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2 stars
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Missing Serial Number!
By Bangity ClangVerified Reviewer from Harrisburg, Il on 1/31/2011
Cons:
Hard To Setup
Describe Yourself:
Quality Oriented
Primary use:
Personal
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Sony Sony Vegas Pro 9 Professional Video, Audio Software for Windows - Slip Sleeve Version:

I purchased Sony Vegas pro 9.0 with the included DVD Architect 5.0 from Adorama. I successfully installed and registered Vegas, but only one serial number was supplied, and it won't work with DVD Architect. This is a real hassle! No quality control here. Stuck with only half the software I paid for.

[1 of 1 customers found this review helpful]

 
Basic stuff with lots of features avail
By cfeather from Ohio on 7/22/2010
Pros:
Easy To Set Up
Describe Yourself:
Quality Oriented
Primary use:
Business
Bottom Line:
No, I would not recommend this to a friend

Comments about Sony Sony Vegas Pro 9 Professional Video, Audio Software for Windows - Slip Sleeve Version:

I'm using this edit HMC-150 footage after being converted through Cineform. The software runs well, few glitches on a X64 Windows 7 i7 machine. Renders beautiful standard DVD, much sharper than commercial releases, when projected (at least in my case).

Biggest drawback is the lack of support by card and external I/O and acceleration device manufacturers. It's as if none of them have heard of Vegas. This is frustrating as you can't upgrade your system unless you buy CS5 or another supported software package.

If I were into all HD production, I would not recommend Vegas for this reason. HD really slows down the render time and there's no way to preview the footage on an HD monitor (that I can find) using third party cards with Vegas. Unfortunate, because the software is a pleasure to use (for the most part).

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