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


    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

    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

    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:

    Jason Dunn
    Executive Editor, Digital Media Thoughts
    Daily News, Views, Rants & Raves
    Jason Dunn, Mar 3, 2004
  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

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

    Kevin Gleeson, Mar 4, 2004
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