Magix have released a new version of Vegas, which, as you would expect has a selection of new features. The major new features are:
- A new mask filter which include motion tracking. This is similar to Premiere’s or EDIUS’ mask tracking but does let you use the tracking data to get a title to move in unison with the picture.
- Better image stabilization – which the
- Storyboarding in the bin – add in and out points to clips in the bin, scrub through the icons and rearrange them in a “storyboard”.
- Improved back up options to make sure you never mess up the project so that it is not recoverable.
- Drag a bin of clips straight to the timeline
- Better support for High DPI screens (like 4K computer screens)
- Automatic subtitle creation from regions.
- HDR support – although I have not thoroughly checked this out to see if it includes HDR scopes, HDR output through BM cards etc..
Prices are £299 for Vegas EDIT (just the Vegas editing program), with an upgrade from a previous version at £149 inc VAT.
You can also buy Vegas Pro (Vegas plus DVD architect), full version: £499, upgrade: £209
and the Vegas Pro Suite (Vegas plus DVD architect, plus Ignite Pro, Vitascene V3 Pro and Boris Sapphire Lighting unit), full version: £499, upgrade: £209
Finally you can rent Vegas for £12.42 per month.
You can read more here: https://www.vegascreativesoftware.com/gb/vegas-pro/product-comparison/#productMenu