Sony vegas 6 or platinum? Need help!

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      Alright. I am here to ask what would be better. Getting a version of sony vegas pro 6 from b and h for $80 or getting sony vegas movie studio platinum edition 8? I wanted to know if sony vegas 6 has good effects or if it is useless now? I want to get a pro version of vegas for the unlimited tracks for audio and video. I only need sd editing also. Thanks

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  • #164764

    Getting Vegas 6 for only $79 sounds like a good deal. I started out with Vegas 5, and later upgraded to Vegas 7. (I think I got it because the upgrade came with DVD Architect…. it was a bargain I couldn’t refuse.)

    So, I skipped version 6, but judging from versions 5 and 7, I’d say you can’t go wrong with Vegas 6. Lots of versatility. Lots of special video and audio effects. And if you get into hi-def, you’ll probably be able to upgrade to Vegas 8, which has some added features for hi-def. The only drawback I see is that the $79 deal does not seem to come with DVD Architect, but you’ll probably be able to upgrade to a version that includes DVD Architect. If not, you could always get DVD-Lab from .

    Ken Hull

  • #164765

    Go for Vegas 6. If Im not mistaken, the Vegas Movie Studio series is the consumer oriented product line while as Vegas is the professional version.

  • #164766

    Thank you very much everybody! I will order sony vegas 6 in a few days!

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