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Video Editing

Watch & Learn Boris Continuum Complete Fundamentals

Boris FX has posted a bunch of excellent video tutorials on Vimeo that provide an excellent overview and tutorials for using Boris Continuum Complete (BCC). BCC is a full set of powerful filters, VFX, titling and color grading plug-ins that work seemelessly with your prefered NLE. BCC is available for Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premeire Read More

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By Gary, October 5, 2015

Video Editing

Why You Should Upgrade to a Professional Video Editing Software

Videomaker has put together a very nice article that outlines some of the key advantages of professional video editing software (NLE) vs low cost consumer titles.  If your serious about producing your own videos that look as professional as possible, you want to step up to Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple Final Cust Pro, Avid Media Read More

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By Gary,
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Video Editing

Is Sony Vegas Pro a Good Fit for Your Post Production Workflow?

Sony Vegas Pro continues to be a niche video editior, although the power, performance and toolset rivals the more mainstream NLEs. Over at Videoguys we’ve always been big fans of Vegas Pro. It’s afforadable, inutive and does a great job with native footage including 2K & 4K. Check out this article and see if if Read More

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By Gary, September 4, 2015

Specials and Promotions, Tech Tips & Tricks, Video Editing

Try before you buy, FREE Video Editing Software Downloads available here

A customer contacted our technicians through the live chat this morning asking one of the most frequently asked questions we hear: “Which video editing application is best for me?” We certainly understand the question and when you really dive in deep to research it you will find pros and cons reported by other users that Read More

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By Jim, May 29, 2015

Video Editing

What's New in Sony Vegas Pro 13?

Streaming Medai by David McKnight A quick look at the latest new features in Sony Vegas Pro 13, including the Vegas Pro Connect iPad app, a proxy-first workflow for mobile and 4K editors, and true, four-range loudness meters. Triskaidekaphobia. The word rolls right off the tongue, doesn’t it? Fear of the number 13. Unlucky? Not Read More

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By Videoguys, July 24, 2014

Video Editing

Sony Vegas Pro 13 Review

funckyfresh by Sony Vegas Pro 13 feels a lot like Vegas Pro 12 with some minor updates to the UI. It features a new proxy editing mode that could be useful for ENG style workflows, enhanced audio level monitoring and new collaboration features. The number one thing we were looking for in Vegas Pro 13 Read More

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By Videoguys, June 24, 2014

Video Editing

Sony Vegas Pro 13 Edit

Expert Reviews UK by Ben Pitt Sony Vegas Pro seems to be the last man standing for amateur enthusiast-level video editing. Most of its competitors have disappeared over the years, and Premiere Pro CC is now only available via subscription. Vegas Pro 13 Edit arrives 16 months after version 12, and is available as an Read More

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By Videoguys, June 17, 2014

Video Editing


by Epos Vox IS VEGAS PRO 13 WORTH THE UPGRADE FOR YOUTUBERS? Sony Vegas Pro 13 just came out a couple days ago. Sony Creative has a reputation of releasing new versions of their popular video editing suite Sony Vegas Pro without making many significant changes. For the a while, Sony Vegas 9 or 10 Read More

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By Videoguys, June 6, 2014

Video Editing

Review: Sony Vegas Pro 13

ProductionHUB by Andre Elijah Sony Vegas Pro 13 is a Non Linear Editing system from the folks at Sony Creative Software akin to other professional mainstream NLEs from Avid, Adobe, and Apple. Like those other NLE’s, Vegas Pro 13 has all of the day to day essentials required by a modern editor including, a timeline, media Read More

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By Videoguys, June 2, 2014

Video Editing

Sony Vegas Pro 13 review

PC Pro by Ben Pitt Vegas Pro is a worthy competitor for Adobe Premiere Pro and Apple Final Cut Pro X, but for one reason or another it doesn’t seem to be on many industry professionals’ radars. Sony hopes to change that with this update, with a range of new features aimed squarely at professional Read More

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By Videoguys, May 27, 2014