The Vegas Pro 10 collection integrates two powerful applications that work seamlessly together to provide an efficient and intuitive environment for video and broadcast professionals. This comprehensive suite offers the most robust and progressive platform available for content creation and production. With broad format support, superior effects processing, unparalleled audio support, and a full complement of editorial tools, the Vegas Pro 10 collection streamlines your workflow. From acquisition to delivery, from camera to Blu-ray Disc, the Vegas Pro 10 collection delivers exactly what you need to produce outstanding results. Sony Vegas pro Website
Vegas Pro 10 system requirements
Microsoft Windows XP 32-bit SP3, Windows Vista 32-bit or 64-bit SP2, or Windows 7 32-bit or 64-bit
2 GHz processor (multicore or multiprocessor CPU recommended for HD or stereoscopic 3D)
400 MB hard-disk space for program installation
1 GB RAM (2 GB recommended)
OHCI-compatible i.LINK connector/IEEE-1394DV card (for DV and HDV capture and print-to-tape)
USB 2.0 connection (for importing from AVCHD, XDCAM EX, NXCAM, or DVD camcorders)
Windows-compatible sound cards
DVD-ROM drive (for installation from a DVD only)
Supported CD-recordable drive (for CD burning only)
Supported DVD-R/-RW/+R/+RW (for DVD burning only)
Supported BD-R/-RE drive (for Blu-ray Disc burning only)
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 (included on application disc)
Apple QuickTime 7.1.6 or later
Internet Connection (for Gracenote MusicID Service)
What's new in Sony Vegas Pro 10?
Enhanced video plug-in architecture
The new Video Effects Plug-in SDK (Software Developer's Kit), based on the Open Effects Association platform, provides updated and enhanced technology that enables third-party plug-in developers to develop advanced video effect plug-ins more easily and rapidly. These additional plug-ins offer Vegas Pro 10 editors a wider variety of effects and special techniques for creating professional-level projects.
Use image stabilization technology to reduce jitter and shaky video footage. Users with video footage shot from handheld camcorders and field environments where a tripod is not available have the ability to quickly salvage this media using several optimized presets.
On the clip, there is a button which you can click to make your clip smaller or bigger.
Next, you want to take the corners of the clip and make them closer to the center of it, like so.
This enables you to insert a new video track.
This inserts a new audio track.
Using the device explorer
The device explorer allows you to look and add in clips from AVCHD, XDCAM EX, NXCAM and RED ONE and EPIC devices; CompactFlash-based memory recording units such as the HDPVR.
From the View menu, choose 'Device Explorer' to display the window.
Note: Multimedia keyboards can also be used.
Events within time selection and across all tracks are reproduced and placed on the clipboard.