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Old 2012-09-20, 09:50
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Old 2012-09-20, 11:23
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I use Vegas Pro 8 right now, but started with version 2, then 3. I didn't know that about rewire, so I may load up 3 and check it out. Sony's planning on releasing v12 soon, and I'm hoping to upgrade.

The closest thing I have atm for Vegas+Reason is an animation done in After Effects, music in Essentials, and final render in Vegas...

https://www.dropbox.com/s/aewu2j3ji8l7ik1/ichalvl.mp4
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Old 2012-09-20, 12:50
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Old 2012-09-20, 13:13
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I've used Vegas for a couple of audio projects, but have switched to Reaper.

Vegas Pro supports VST, so I have issues with getting good audio tools, but... the UI only let's you open one VST window at a time. So I can't have a spectrum analyzer displayed while adjusting ew, for example.
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Old 2012-09-20, 14:02
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Off topic, I know, but the European equivalent of Vegas is Nuendo. I believe that Steinberg and Propellerhead developed Rewire together, so there is certainly an option for stable, high-end integrated A/V production in conjunction with Reason there. I have only used Nuendo for audio production. It's spendy, but very deep and good to work with.
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Old 2012-09-20, 14:18
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Old 2012-09-20, 17:38
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Hi I'm using Sony Vegas Platinum Studio 10.0 for video and Reason 6.5 for audio. My camera is a 550D and I encode using Cineform FirstLight.
Hi Arthur,

Where was the opening scenes of 'Nourishment' shot? That place looks incredible - reminds me of a scene from 1983's Krull. Also, what FPS did you record your video (and render at)?

I also use Vegas Platinum Studio 10, but it's mostly home movies. My skills aren't quite respectable enough to move into films or music videos.
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