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For my new show i am going to using a mix of iMove HD, Final Cut Express HD, and SnapsProX. I may also use motion down the line when i get more funds together. I am kind of a whore for apple when it comes to editing gear just because they have done it so well for so long and there consumer stuff is really hard to beat.

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Sony Vegas 6 is around £450 in the UK and makes light work of rendering high-def video for projects or just for fun if your desktop has two AMD Opteron 280 (Dual Core) and you have a couple of other boxes with dual Xeon’s.

It will also work fine on a laptop or average desktop but it will take more time when rendering footage.

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The Vegas+DVD Production Suite combines Vegas® 6, DVD Architect™ 3, and Dolby Digital® AC-3 encoding software to offer an integrated environment for all phases of video, audio, DVD, and broadcast production. A must for the professional media producer, this suite lets you edit and process DV, HDV, and SD/HD-SDI in real-time, manipulate audio with unparalleled precision, and author DVDs.

I can get that for £316, do you think thats a pretty good deal?

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I like Adobe Premier and Adobe After Effects myself

Same, I have not tried sony vegas yet, but of the ones i have tried i prefer the adobe's.

I’ve played around with Adobe Premiere Pro 2.0 and it was OK, it’s just not as powerful as Sony Vegas and Final Cut Pro.

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The Vegas+DVD Production Suite combines Vegas® 6, DVD Architect™ 3, and Dolby Digital® AC-3 encoding software to offer an integrated environment for all phases of video, audio, DVD, and broadcast production. A must for the professional media producer, this suite lets you edit and process DV, HDV, and SD/HD-SDI in real-time, manipulate audio with unparalleled precision, and author DVDs.

I can get that for £316, do you think thats a pretty good deal?

I think it's a good deal. It's what I'm using to produce the show and dvd.

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