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Humble Bundle Software Bundle VEGAS Pro Rebundle - Multiple Tiers $1, Beat the Average, $25

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Humble Bundle Software Bundle VEGAS Pro - Multiple Tiers $1, Beat the Average, $25
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This is not as diverse as other Magix software bundles. However, Vegas Pro 16 was recently released, so Vegas Pro 15 is not as old as one might think (it still is pretty old though).

Tier 1: PWYW ($1)

Magix FastCut Plus Edition
Voucher Code for Producer Planet

Tier 2: Currently $21+

Sound Forge Audio Studio 12
Vegas Movie Studio 15

Tier 3: $25

Vegas Pro 15 Edit
Vegas DVD Architect
HitFilm Movie Essentials


Magix frequently advertises upgrades for Vegas 16 Pro Edit ($149), Pro ($199) Suite ($249). So you could use this as a stepping stone to Vegas 16

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How does Vegas Pro compared to Adobe Premiere?
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How does Vegas Pro compared to Adobe Premiere?
Curious on this as well. I'm in need of editing 8mm film after converting it digitally and need to figure a software to start on.
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I missed this last time around. .got it !

I have used Pinnacle software for many years...the ups and downs...with an I7 and solid state drive and 16+ MB RAM, it's decent (keeping up with editing). I've wanted to try Vegas Pro for years, but wasn't willing to shell out the big bucks. For $25 I can spend some time with the YouTube videos I've seen to see if it's worth my full attention.

Oh yes,. Did I happen to mention?

I LOVE my SD family 😊
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How does Vegas Pro compared to Adobe Premiere?
As a casual video editor who has used both programs, I can tell you that Sony Vegas has a very intuitive user interface and enough functionality through plug-ins for even professional work while Adobe Premiere has a larger learning curve and can be frustrating to figure out if you're not good at looking up solutions on Google. Adobe of course has its whole Adobe suite of complementary programs and whatnot, but if you're just starting out editing, Sony Vegas will get the job done and much more.
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As a casual video editor who has used both programs, I can tell you that Sony Vegas has a very intuitive user interface and enough functionality through plug-ins for even professional work while Adobe Premiere has a larger learning curve and can be frustrating to figure out if you're not good at looking up solutions on Google. Adobe of course has its whole Adobe suite of complementary programs and whatnot, but if you're just starting out editing, Sony Vegas will get the job done and much more.
Good information. Thank you. Repped
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As a casual video editor who has used both programs, I can tell you that Sony Vegas has a very intuitive user interface and enough functionality through plug-ins for even professional work while Adobe Premiere has a larger learning curve and can be frustrating to figure out if you're not good at looking up solutions on Google. Adobe of course has its whole Adobe suite of complementary programs and whatnot, but if you're just starting out editing, Sony Vegas will get the job done and much more.
Totally agree, casual video editor as well. Attempted to use Premiere back in 2005, ended up teaching myself how to use Vegas instead because it was just so much easier to figure out. Skip to 2015 and I did the exact same thing... it just wasn't worth the hassle to figure out Premiere when I could just jump right in and pump out a high quality cut much faster with Vegas.

I'm sure the trend has continued since then as well.

Also as an FYI for anyone who really wants the latest software. I believe purchasing 15 Pro through this will make you eligible to purchase a 16 Edit Upgrade at a discount ($200 vs. $300 if I'm reading correctly).
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Also as an FYI for anyone who really wants the latest software. I believe purchasing 15 Pro through this will make you eligible to purchase a 16 Edit Upgrade at a discount ($200 vs. $300 if I'm reading correctly).

I just installed the one in this bundle and received an upgrade offer to Vegas Pro Edit 16 for $149.
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I just installed the one in this bundle and received an upgrade offer to Vegas Pro Edit 16 for $149.
Well there we go! My suspicion confirmed haha. Not a bad deal for anyone interested in the platform but wants latest version.
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Well there we go! My suspicion confirmed haha. Not a bad deal for anyone interested in the platform but wants latest version.
I really like these Humble Software bundles even more so than standard "trial" versions of software because I often want to give the product a try, but I don't have time to drop everything and focus on learning the system. Especially creative arts software (I'm can't just create on demand). So for a small, non-zero price I can get the software and try it on my schedule. More often then not, there will be an upgrade discount to the newest version. Some past bundles included Aurora HDR and Luminar from Skylum and Camtasia and Snagit from Techsmith.
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Bummer my company missed that SnagIt promotion. Some of our marketing people live for that program and every time we give one a new computer, they have to purchase a new license.

Paying $30/mo for premier right now. Seriously considering throwing it out the window and giving this a shot. I'm editing videos weekly for the next 18 months or so.
$25 vs $540??????
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