Reviews and Problems with Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11
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Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 review
1 September 2011
Summary: So far, no broadcast television networks have committed to broadcasting in 3D, despite the proliferation of 3D HDTVs. No problem - if you can't watch 3D TV, go out and make some content of your own with a 3D camcorder and a video-editing application such as Sony's Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 (retailing at £69). The new version of the software adds stereoscopic 3D video-editing capabilities to a powerful, albeit somewhat complicated, application.
Excerpt: Sony Vegas has an illustrious track record in our reviews, both for Vegas Pro and the consumer-oriented Vegas Movie Studio Platinum editions. The reason for its success hasn't really changed in its 10-year history: responsive performance and streamlined core editing tools mean that it's incredibly quick to try out ideas. That keeps the focus on creativity rather than technical decisions or staring wearily at shuddering previews or hourglass cursors.