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- June 1, 2006 at 1:11 PM #36807AnonymousInactive
Hi.. New Here.. Been reading up through the post and just wanted to get the Pro’s and Con’s of Avid Liquid – Sony Vegas (full) – and Adobe editing software. I curentlly use Studio 10 and started with Studio 8 in making videos. I’m in the process of looking to upgrade my software to be able to do better graphics, better sound countrol, and a little quicker rendering .. Thanks for the help in advance..
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Yeah the Liquid does look inticing.. Especially at the upgrade Price.. Plus Avid said they’ll give me 10% off the upgrade for the trouble I had installing version 10.. What a diasaster that was.. Funny thing is once it was installed "RIGHT" with all the updates and such it isn’t a bad program.. I just have to remember to let it catch up on rendering sometimes or it crashes..
I would have dissagree. I went with vegas after using both pinnacle studio 10+ ( what a waste of money that was ) and premiere 6.5. Vegas has not crashed once!! and it dose more then liqued. The interface is a little diffrent but it works for me. Befor you decide try all three demos to see what works for you.
Premiere Pro 2 is quite a bit different than version 6.5.
My man "Chapman" gave the best possible advice one could give in regards to what software solution to use for editing. Download the trial versions and see for yourself. Just about all of the companies offer this feature. This way you can test drive it and make a solid decision on your own versus being stuck with biased opinions from everybody.
[quote="Chapman Photography"]I would have dissagree. I went with vegas after using both pinnacle studio 10+ ( what a waste of money that was ) and premiere 6.5. Vegas has not crashed once!! and it dose more then liqued. The interface is a little diffrent but it works for me. Befor you decide try all three demos to see what works for you.[/quote]
I have the exact same experience. I did try PPRo 2 and it was like learning a whole new program. Vegas is a great program!