Sony Vegas, Liquid Edition 7, or Adobe Premier pro

Discussion in 'Professional Video Production' started by Barks, Jan 23, 2007.

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    Barks Guest

    I have used previous versions of Adobe Premier and Liquid Edition. I
    have not used Sony Vegas at all but hear it is good. I can get an
    upgrade to LE for $200. I don't know my upgrade price to Premier.
    Sony Vegas, I would have to buy new. I wish I could say that I loved
    LE 5.5 but it crashed often but I may put that on my hardware. I am
    really debating on these three. Is it just a matter of preference or
    does one really stand out or one that I should not even consider.
     
    Barks, Jan 23, 2007
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    Mike Kujbida Guest


    It ias just a matter of preference. I've been a Vegas user for several
    years and wouldn't switch to another NLE. Most of the NLEs you mention have
    trial downloads so that's what I'd do. See which one you like and buy it.

    Mike
     
    Mike Kujbida, Jan 24, 2007
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    SD Guest

    In addtion, Vegas has advanced audio capabilities, better than many
    audio only multi-track applications.

    BTW- Vegas WAS originally an audio-only program until ver. 3 .
     
    SD, Jan 28, 2007
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    Ryan Boni Guest

    As usual with this stuff it usually comes down to personal
    preference. At our PA facility we have 1 suite running Vegas 7, and 2
    others are running PPro 2 and I really like both programs a lot
    (although I definitely lean towards the Vegas.)

    But I've got to say, as we are in the process of replacing our other 4
    editors that we use as introductory machines for the adults & students
    (currently 2 aging Screenplays & 2 Pinnacle Studio 9's--I never
    bothered with the Pinnacle upgrades because I've not been especially
    thrilled with the software), I picked up a copy of the lower end of
    both Premiere (Premiere Elements) & Vegas (Vegas Movie Studio) and
    have been completely blown away. In the past, I always kind of lumped
    the consumer level editing software with the Windows Movie Maker &
    iMovie's of the world, but Adobe and Sony have really packed a ton of
    stuff into these lower-grade systems. So depending on what kind of
    stuff you need from your NLE, you may even want to consider Movie
    Studio or Elements which can be had for under $100 each.


    Ryan Boni
    Public Access Director
    Peters Township Community Television
     
    Ryan Boni, Mar 15, 2007
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    Arny Krueger Guest

    I'm a happy Premiere Elements user. Why might I be interested in Movie
    Studio?
     
    Arny Krueger, Mar 15, 2007
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