VEGAS Pro is a video and audio editing software, designed for businesses to make and edit videos & audios on a unified platform. The software enables managers to edit video & audio clips on the nested timeline and share certain sections with other employees to boost collaboration.
Organizations can add colorizing filters to videos, control exposures, and manage grading workflows. Users can easily import audio clips on the platform and edit based on requirements. VEGAS Pro offers all remarkable audio editing tools to enhance your creativity.
- Audio Capture
- Media Library
- Supports HD Resolution
- Video Editing
- Video Stabilization
- Deployment: Installed - Windows
Company Name: MAGIX Software GmbH
Vegas Pro is excellent for audio editing. A big window for multiple audio tracks makes it quite easy to work. The interface is user-friendly and the tools are awesome. The snapping tool provides great help to accurately place tracks. Likewise, the automatic crossfade gives so many different variations to combine the two audios. I particularly like the auto-ripple option that helps moving tracks and saves a lot of time. You can put markers and insert region, and then render the desired final audio. Batch-render is an excellent way to process multiple files at the same time. Vegas Pro is a must-have for a radio.
A very extensive and at the same time intuitive program, the great advantages of which are: 360 video support, automatically adjusting subtitles, a large number of various types of transitions and effects. Works with video materials in all basic formats (DV, AVCHD, HDV, SD / HD-SDI, HEVC, ProRes).
Vegas is, by far, the easiest to use video editing software I have come across in 20+ years working in graphic design. The layers function is immediately familiar to anyone that has used an adobe product and the tools are super easy to use and naviagate.
Vegas sits on a very sweet spot: it’s a single-purchase license (versus things like Premiere which are only available through subscriptions), but it’s not too much more expensive than more enthusiast offerings such as Filmora. For that one-time payment, you get a lifetime license to one of the most established non-linear editors in the business. There’s a wealth of support and information online (which sets it apart from newcomers) and the business model is much more small-business-friendly than the Adobe subscription model.