Is Vegas Video 4 still the best video editor software?

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Brian, Aug 30, 2003.

  1. Brian

    Brian Guest

    Out of interest is Vegas Video 4 still the best video editor software
    or is there now another softweare product that is better?

    Regards Brian
    Brian, Aug 30, 2003
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  2. Brian

    Brazz Guest

    Well, that sort of begs the question--kinda like "do you still beat
    your wife?" In terms of what's really the "best" editor, if you're
    thinking about upscale products like Avid Xpress, Sonic Scenarist, and
    Premiere Pro, they will probably provide extended audio & video
    editing features not available in Vegas (if you need them). BTW Avid
    Express Pro is due out next month (Sept.), let's see how that stacks
    Brazz, Aug 30, 2003
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  3. Brian

    MD Vid Guest

    Why don't you download a trial version and give it a spin. Vegas4 is
    fabulous, though I think PremierPro (which I have just begun to use) is
    equally as good. I find it faster to work in Vegas, but it depends on your
    workflow. Premier pro is a huge step forward for Adobe. Unfortunately,
    their isn't a trial version.

    MD Vid, Aug 30, 2003
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    Jerry Jones Guest

    According to VIDEOMAKER MAGAZINE, Ulead's MediaStudio Pro 7.0 is
    definitely worth a look.

    The FREE trial version can be downloaded here:

    According to reviewer D. Eric Franks:

    "Ulead has been around as long as anyone and consistently comes out
    with industry-first technology before the other guys, sometimes months
    in advance."

    Ulead MediaStudio Pro 7.0 "is a technologically advanced editor (with
    seventh generation stability) that has a number of killer features
    that we expect competitors will incorporate (if they want to remain
    competitive) sometime in the future."

    Read the review here:

    Jerry Jones
    Jerry Jones, Sep 1, 2003
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