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October 5, 2006 at 8:44 PM #36886sapienParticipant
hi everyone 😀
I work in 2 diferentts studios; in one i use Vegas video and in the other i use the Premier pro (1.5)
To me Vegas Video is the best in everithing!!!
However, i wish to know your opinion: 😕 so (even if i use the last version of the Adobe Premier) which is the best? better to work, more functions, best final quality….and…
greatings from Portugal
October 5, 2006 at 11:18 PM #163797EndeavorParticipant
Just curious as to why you ask if you already made up your mind…
October 18, 2006 at 11:53 AM #163798ThomasTyndanParticipant
Short answer: both. Both have features that are great. I myself use Vegas, but I also have Premiere Elements (the cheap version) to do things I cannot do with Vegas: Namely rotoscoping with the Adobe filmstrip file format.
In the end it really comes to personal preference. Premiere costs too much for the features it offers, and since vegas most all of it also then I prefer vegas.
Vegas also has CD creation abailities, and when bundles with Architect and Magic Bullet, you are never wanting for features.
October 27, 2006 at 1:28 PM #163799
October 27, 2006 at 2:19 PM #163800sapienParticipant
Im integrate it with the Adobe products and the Photoshop CS2 is very good. But About Video, now, im really think that Sony VV is the best. (have you already try it??)
i whatch your The Matrix: A Randomized Retelling of the Trilogy… i supouse its made with adobe… well… i can show you some thing made made with Vegas and them you ill see tyhe diference…
October 27, 2006 at 2:52 PM #163801ThomasTyndanParticipant
Unless someone says "I edited think movie with _______" (fill in the blank) you will never know what was used. Avid, Premiere, and Vegas are ALL used in actual production enviroments. It mostly comes down to personla preference. I have tried all 3. Vegas is my preference.
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