If you’re serious about video recording, you’ll love the Sony Vegas Pro 10. The editing tools allow you to do drag-and-drop editing, ripple editing, and mouse and keyboard trimming.
The Vegas Pro 10 features color-coded snapping, ProType titling, automatic frame quantization, customizable window layouts, A/V synchronization detection and repair, and 32-bit floating-point video processing. You also get HDV/AVCHD/RED/SDI/XDCAM support.
You’ll find that using the Vegas Pro 10 greatly increases your productivity by increasing efficiency. For example, you can save layouts to fit your editing tasks by docking multiple windows across several monitors.
You can customize keyboard commands to make them more workable and efficient for your specific needs, too. For repetitive tasks, you’ll save time by automating with application scripting.
With the Sony Vegas Pro 10, you can create amazing stereoscopic 3D projects. Since the 3D uses the same workflow as 2D, you’ll find that creating your own 3D projects is just as easy as working with 2D.
The Vegas Pro 10 delivers professional formats with single or dual files, with top-bottom, side-by-side, or line-alternate encoding.
You can’t create great videos without great sound, and the Vegas Pro 10 has that covered, too, with punch-in recording, effects automations, 5.1 surround mixing, unlimited tracks, and time-compress and expand.
You can customize your effects for delay, reverb, and EG, along with using audio plug-ins from VST and DirectX.
The Sony Vegas Pro 10 collection comes with DVD Architect Pro software that enables users to burn movies directly from the Pro 10 timeline to Blu-ray Disc, and you can preview your work in real time.
Don’t stress over learning all these options! The Pro 10 comes with step-by-step interactive tutorials to guide you.