Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum Pro 9 £45.97 @ Amazon
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Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum Pro 9 £45.97 @ Amazon

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Found 26th Nov 2009
Amazon seem to be selling the platinum pro version of their Vegas studio software for less than the student version and also less than the platinum version (which doesn't include Soundforge) which is the best price I've seen for it.

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I bought this last time it was on offer and its a very good bit of software although the version of Soundforge that comes with it is a bit crippled, so I still use Audacity instead to be honest.

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Agree, great piece of software and very easy to get to grips with.

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jazid;7009910

I bought this last time it was on offer and its a very good bit of … I bought this last time it was on offer and its a very good bit of software although the version of Soundforge that comes with it is a bit crippled, so I still use Audacity instead to be honest.Hot.



Thanks for the information on Soundforge - I've been waiting a while as I'd been unsure whether to get the Platinum version or pay a bit more to get the Platinum Pro version with the version of Soundforge. As I'd used up my trials and needed to get avchd files edited and converted I decided I needed to get it ordered at the weekend so I was pleased to get the better version of the software for less than the cheaper one I was originally looking at.

John

I'm trying to get used to a few of these that I have demos of from mags. Sadly they are limited in functions and I was wondering if this can take multiple DVD's I've done in other programs and put them on one DVD with all the menus intact...

There's a wedding, a 21st and a 30th that come to a total of just under 4 gigs and I'm getting miffed with people asking for copies of each and wasting umpteen DVDs in te process.

Nice price by the way and if it can do the above I'll be ordering for certain!

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You can download a 30 day trial which has all the functions available with no watermarking, I think the software can probably do what you want it's simply a question of how easy it would be.

John

ThunderBolt;7010728

I'm trying to get used to a few of these that I have demos of from mags. … I'm trying to get used to a few of these that I have demos of from mags. Sadly they are limited in functions and I was wondering if this can take multiple DVD's I've done in other programs and put them on one DVD with all the menus intact...There's a wedding, a 21st and a 30th that come to a total of just under 4 gigs and I'm getting miffed with people asking for copies of each and wasting umpteen DVDs in te process.



Well Im just doing a trial now for you, but there is an import from DVD function that seems to be importing the VOB files direct from the DVD (update:this failed becuase I used a protected DVD disc but at least the function is there to extract the movie files!).

So if you are happy to make your own menus that combine several DVDs then it looks like this software will be able to help you consolidate them.
Update: Looks like Ill need to install the DVD Architect Pro that also came with it to test out the menu creation. Will do that now.

Thanks to you both for feedback... I was actually trying to keep all the menus intact but with my own Top level menu at start up... If that makes sense!?!

I've tried earlier demos but I'm still getting my feet wet in editing proper grown up DVDs and menus.

ThunderBolt;7022699

Thanks to you both for feedback... I was actually trying to keep all the … Thanks to you both for feedback... I was actually trying to keep all the menus intact but with my own Top level menu at start up... If that makes sense!?!I've tried earlier demos but I'm still getting my feet wet in editing proper grown up DVDs and menus.



Ive tried the DVD menus and to be honest its quite a learning curve - but check out youtube for help.
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