Almost always in August appeared a new version of Vegas Pro. And so there are also a lot of new features to mention this time at version jump 17: The most visually eye-catching innovation is probably the new user interface, which now has its own color grading section with color wheels and gradation curves:
Color Grading under Vegas Pro 17
For the collaborative collaboration, Magix emphasizes the new Nested Timeline features. With these functions, timelines can not only be nested - as with the competition - but also saved as individual subprojects and edited separately. Several editors can work separately on subtimelines, which can then be semiautomatically merged into a master timeline.
Magix is also proud of the new optical flow algorithms, which are intended to enable particularly fluid slow motions, retimings and warp-flow/smart-split transitions. And for smooth performance on the timeline, all common hardware decoders from AMD, Intel and Nvidia should now be supported.
Furthermore, the tracker should now also be able to analyze in 3D space and the image stabilization now also works on event level, so that only parts of a clip can be stabilized.
The suite also includes a lot of plugins (Steinberg SpectraLayers Pro 6, Boris FX Continuum Lens Flare 3D, 3D Objects, Key and Blend and Lights Unit).
The basic version (Edit) of Vegas Pro 17 costs 399 Euro, the combination with Disc Authoring costs 599 Euro and the suite with all plugins mentioned above costs 799 Euro. The upgrade prices are 199/249 and 349 Euro. The program can also be rented from 11.67 Euro per month.
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