Do you have any ideas how much saturated festivals are? We have entered an era in which not everybody will enter.
Huge improvement in playback speed for me. Actually it's so smooth now, I don't have to generate optimized media anymore, the way I used to have in 12.5
And the sound works, I'm do excited about that, actually!
I downloaded version 14. Finally, seems to work fine!
Can somebody confirm the audio bug has been fixed? I had to go back to version 12.5 since that audio bug was quite unmanageable. So it's fixed?
I'm still using Vegas pro 12, now complimented by Resolve 12.5 and 14, I'm waiting for 14 to have its audio bug fixed, but frankly these two software are amazing. I started Vegas back on version 7 and frankly there isn't anything it can't do. By the way, Vegas used with Sound Forge can't be beaten. I think there is some snob factor going on here. People think they'll look like pros depending on which application they use, and for some reason FCP, AVID, a Premiere seem to be "pro". As far as I'm concerned, the results is what makes something pro or not, not what was used to make it. Vegas is totally amazing and I"m about to upgrade to 15.
No, there aren't any other problems than the transfer time and the fact that recording heads can become dirty. Now, I'm not proud of this, but a couple years ago I was able to fool people into thinking that footage from an old Canon XH-A1 was out of a Black Magic Cinema Camera. If you could put your hands on a decent one from $ 500 you would be amazed how the color science of that cam, and how it reacts in Resolve today. YEs, people were furious of my test and I was banned from a forum. But the point is, people couldn't tell the footage apart from a GH4, a BMCC and the Canon. When I switched the label between the Canon and the BMCC everybody agreed the Canon looked better. When I revealed the trick, oh boy! What have I done, was my first reaction.