Adventure Beats: I have sony vegas, but will be travelling with a mac computer meaning I need to use adobe premiere right?
Ali Kubach: Video pad is a really good editor it's just like Sony Vegas also iMovie is like Adobe premier
TH3UNDE4DDJ: Sony Vegas is best
Slazior: If you thinking about going over to After Affects and try that later on. I strongly recommend you to pick Adobe Premiere. Easy workflow between them and same company.
Robert Salas: What screen capture do you use for this video??
Koen De Nie: Great vid! Your voice reminds me of King Julian from the Madagaskar movie xD
Soham Gumaste: Good job on not speaking with a thick Indian accent! :P P.S.: Its 'video' not 'veeeeeedio' :P
TheJoueurLukas: I have a bad PC, which of the two software I use?
KingCrominous: No need to compare them..I get both of them for free!XD
VillainPlaysGames: Which is more hd because i get pixilation on sony. Vegas most of the time and adobe i think was more hd
spaceorbison: the very first video I made with adobe premiere I got an error when exporting ... I'm like hell no... vegas working like a champ, power and ease.
jump StARtR: Premiere Pro (CS and CC) has a great workflow, plus the After Effects combo. It's what I use regularly. Before that, I was on Vegas and loved the sh*t out of it. So honestly, go for whichever one gets the job done. They're both awesome.
Some advice: Vegas can be a little "crashy" with renders and keyframing. Save often, and learn about scratch disks and optimization.
Premiere, on windows, has CUDA disabled on most PCs because adobe is really lazy in that department. Look for some CUDA enabling tutorials, trust me, you'll need them for heavier work and less crashing.
Vegas: Faster interface. Great for blogs and minimal projects. Open a clip in the Trimmer, set some markers, double click between markers and drag em into the timeline. Drag clips together for auto-transitions. Each clip has a crop and animation window. Really straightforward, really easy to learn. Working audio is awesome. Vegas previews your render's frames live which is great. Vegas is also WONDERFUL at cropping.
Premiere: "Professional" interface. Good for setting up BIG projects and workflows (setting up bins, color coding clips, keeping specific in/out points on specific clips, et cetera). Steeper learning curve than vegas. But once you learn it, the workflow's pretty quick. Supports more formats. Default settings are a bit less "crashy". Renders, overall, are a bit faster than vegas, and formatting for renders is far more straightforward. Even has presets for youtube/vimeo.
Sometimes when I work Premiere, I really miss some of Vegas's features. Vegas lets you drag two clips together for an auto transition, and lets you adjust the fade curves in two clicks, premiere simply.... doesn't, you have to do it manually. Also, premiere doesn't let you keyframe transitions. Overall, though, Premiere is better for what I need, and handles formats like a charm.
John Public: both r gr8 but i prefer SV.
MADUPLAY: na a ver o que você falou do áudio o vegas não tem opção de áudio o premiere tem uma 10 milhões tem uma aba com uns 500 editores de áudio
Bill Overbeck: I've been using vegas 10 pro for around 5 years and the only complain I've got is its crappy rendering system. If you render AVI the file sizes get huge, if you render mp4 everything becomes darker and if you render WMV the quality gets decreased
Lovasz: Wtf, sony vegas is famous for its crashes...
Sly Fox: It's great to have "both". I have used Corel video, wondershare and Magix video edit pro plus. It's best to have them all IMO!
HansensUniverse: Sony Vegas is garbage right now
faisal fifa: the only thing thats bad in this video is your language (Not racist) Im just trying to tell you to work on your english
Flex Pandaz: My sony vegas crashes everytime i insert a clip WTF ________ | | | | | /\ | | |__ |/ \| | |
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