SONY UNVEILS VERSION 5.0 OF VEGAS SOFTWARE

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by HighPeaksVideo, Mar 3, 2004.

  1. http://news.sel.sony.com/pressrelease/4483

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    at NAB in Las Vegas next month

    The latest version of the Vegas software increases its functionality with even
    more sophisticated features, including 3D planar motion, film-style 5.1
    surround panning, external control surface support, Loops for ACID â„¢ "loop
    property" recognition, customizable keyboard mapping, real-time event reverse,
    network rendering, Sony DSR-DU1 and DSR-DR1000 disc recorder support, J-H3
    HDCAM player support and much more.

    Sony is also announcing the release of its new Vegas+DVD Production Suite,
    which includes Vegas 5, a Dolby® Laboratory-certified multichannel AC-3
    encoder, and an upgraded version of its DVD Architect authoring and production
    software.

    New features in the DVD Architect 2 software include: subtitle and alternate
    audio track support, enhanced disk optimization tools, external monitor
    previews, support for 24P DVD encoding and much more.
     
    HighPeaksVideo, Mar 3, 2004
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    Frank Guest


    And I was just planning to buy Douglas Spotted Eagle's book "Vegas 4
    Editing Workshop"

    Frank Ho
     
    Frank, Mar 3, 2004
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    Jason Dunn Guest

    http://news.sel.sony.com/pressrelease/4483

    Hmm - they seem to have pulled it. You can find the link using their search
    tool, but the resulting hyperlink is also dead. Oh well - I've subscribed to
    their press release alias, so hopefully when they re-release it, I'll get
    the link.

    BTW, if anyone sees any useful video news, feel free to submit it to us:
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    Jason Dunn
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    Jason Dunn, Mar 3, 2004
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  4. He's about to release a new version of the book, and while he won't
    say what version it refers to (due to NDAs) he is a beta tester and
    I'm sure it will be version 5 manual

    Cheers
     
    Kevin Gleeson, Mar 4, 2004
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  5. Sony are saying it was an accidental release. Yeah right. Wanna buy a
    bridge?

    Cheers
     
    Kevin Gleeson, Mar 4, 2004
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