So, I just wanted to let the Sony Vegas team know that I'm inlove with Vegas, and that's the reason I still have Windows running on my machine. To install OpenShot, just press Ctrl+ Alt+ T on your keyboard to open Terminal. It might even be a long shot to ask. Windows is good enough that it never seriously impedes my work. I laughed though, because I get your point.
When i explained that in fact i don't have a Mac he was shocked. Its nota good move and thats simply Buisness 101. Support for Linux by some of the big hardware makers seems to be warmly welcomed or coldly disregarded. The great thing about Ubuntu Linux in general is that it just doesn't crash. I agree that if the Sony Madison suite ran on Linux I? Posts: 530 Joined: Tue Jun 20, 2006 3:43 am » Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:33 pm I was using Linux during the pre-1.
There's a lot to Vegas that's very strictly Microsoft technology. A new feature was introduced into Vegas 15, which users can use to split their screen into two parts, allowing more space for the workshop contents and tools to be approached easily. Posts: 526 Joined: Thu Jul 20, 2006 3:53 pm » Tue Jan 25, 2011 6:55 pm i agree! Because frankly, thats as close to Linux as youll ever get with Vegas. Vegas Pro does not require anyone expert in video editproton, however anyone can try it out and even learn from the tutorials given inside it. Changing the dependencies on kernels and dlls is the foundation of Vegas.
To change that as you suggest would require a complete re-write of the code. I also agree Ubuntu is a good distribution. Now version 16 includes even more innovative creativity tools like advanced motion tracking, world-class video stabilization, and dynamic storyboarding that deliver incredible results faster than ever. There is also a new tool that matches colors from one clip to another clip. Will Vegas take the leap of faith? More noticably, my framerate hangs around 23fps running some video effects where my Native-Windows machine would stil be running at 29. About two weeks ago my girlfriend was having problems with her laptop and it was getting difficult and annoying to constantly fix them long story short, most solutions involved a reformat , so I stuck Ubuntu on the machine and it's never worked better.
Some interesting developments on my continuing quest! People that tend to use it dont want to spend a lot for software and definitely not what Vegas costs. I've also been reading some great things about Xen 3. Download and use How to install Sony Vegas Pro 11 for free 32 bit and 64 bit with on your own responsibility. Posts: 490 Joined: Sat Apr 14, 2007 11:54 pm » Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:06 am Wow, I'm surprised to see such a response so quickly! As far as I know, Linux offers the big houses certain economies of scale. Sony Madison Software brings a lot to the table for Linux. Yes, you can run Vegas on a Mac. Hollywood is jumping on the Linux bandwagon with renderfarms, animation and modelling apps.
He was sure i had one and couldn't figure out how i did all the media production i do without one. Linux has always been known for it's superior security. In addition, if you have a Sony video camera, you will be very happy because it supports all Sony digital video cameras as it can be seen in the supported devices list in the Official Site. However, the beauty of Wine is that it can run a lot of windows apps without recompiling them. What really sets OpenShot apart from other video editors is the easy-to-use user interface. But I don't think the advantages are that compelling, unless you're targeting a much higher-end user base. If it's not a bother to the forum administrators, I hope we continue to discuss the idea of porting Vegas to Linux or Mac.
Maybe I'm just one user right now, but as a hardcore Windows user, I'm telling you that Ubuntu has more promise and priority in my mind than any Windows Vista system. I don't think there's a sizeable enough user base of Linux users for a Linux version to make sense. Sony Media Software offers us its new software Vegas. B- It assumes the user knows something about computers. Id love to see it but its not going to happen. Why not beat Adobe to the punch? Here is a link to a video that describes virtualization a little:. If Vegas ran on Linux I would definitely use it! Macs have such a small installed base that i doubt there would be enough additional sales to make it worth the expense.
Alas, Sony Vegas did not work, but it really got me thinking. The Speed using Xen should be 100% at par with a true-windows running machine. Here are a few links of interest. I can't wait to check out all of the new features in version 16! Without any doubt Soy Vegas is a very good choice that becomes even better if your digital camera is Sony. In Linux, if you're running other stuff in the background like a web-browser, chat, anything you could think of, you'll see much, much less speed loss! And if something weird happens on your computer, you won't lose the system or get any blue screen of death.