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Magix Vegas Movie Studio 14 Platinum - Instant Download for Windows (1 Computer)

Magix  |  MPN: 639191920455  | 
$59.00 USD

This Software will only work with the following Operating Systems. Confirm your Operating System is listed before Purchasing:

  • Windows 7
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 10
  • Windows 11

Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
SoftwareCW Customer
Good stuff

Not sure what the issue is, but some features simply do not work. Get a error message and nothing helps to resolve it... Could just be my computer... Otherwise it's a awesome program

SoftwareCW Customer
Love the version 14 of Sony Vegas

I have been using Sony Vegas since around version 8. Every version gets better and better.I easily edited my niece's wedding videos together with some fancy lower thirds.Great price too.

SoftwareCW Customer

Beyond my expectations for the price

SoftwareCW Customer
This review is for absolute beginners. This program is great.

I'm kind of surprised at the negative reviews. Maybe it's because I just upgraded to Movie Studio 14 and there's a build update that fixed some bugs.I've been using Vegas Movie Studio since version 11. Here's my latest review:This review is for brand new beginners because I've never risen past that level. Disclaimer--I've never edited or captured video without this program, so I can't compare it to others. I bought Vegas Movie Studio because a friend told me that it was easy to learn and doesn't freeze up your computer.I use the program to put together family video clips. At best, these might include a title text and a fade out at the end--I am a novice and proud of it. Occasionally, I'll add a few photos and some music but that's about it.My goal with this review is to let other beginners know that even technically challenged people like myself can use this program. So this review is for people who just want to learn how to make crystal clear video that's 10 minutes long, with titles, and a fade out. I don't understand the tough stuff and never will.For first time beginners, the instructions in writing are difficult to absorb. Just go to youtube for a ton of instructional beginner videos. Another great way of learning the program is to use the "Show Me How" tutorials. When you start Movie Studio, a welcome screen has an option called "Show me how". This functions like a remote tutor sharing your computer. It instructs you step by step in how to use the program. Warning--you'll need a short video clip available somewhere on your computer for "Show me how" to function.So how hard is it to learn? If you watch the youtube video tutorials and play around with some short video clips you've uploaded from your phone to your computer, you're out about 90 minutes. But that's all you need to use the program the way most people will probably use it--to make cool vacation or family event videos that are five or ten minutes long. Most of the clips I take from my phone are less than two minutes in duration. Editing them together makes them much more watchable. In addition, you can toss the bad clips and edit out mistakes, such as when I forget to turn off the camera and end up with a two minute birthday party clip--in which the last minute shows video of my feet!!!Nothing has been buggy with the old or new versions of this program and my computer has not frozen or crashed. I'd bet that some people would like to know if this upgrade was worth the money. Sorry, I'm not good enough with video to provide the answer to that question.I tend to use high def video which comes out of my iPhone 7 at 1080p. A nine minute clip is about a gigabyte if you choose "AVCHD" as the file type when rendering the 9 minute movie--it takes the program about 20 minutes to render a movie of this length on my 2015 Windows 10 computer.Now for advice NOT related to the program itself: I no longer use the program to make DVD's. Instead, I play the finished movies on my TV using a WD TV Media player, which has a USB input where I attach a hard drive. I store the rendered movies on this hard drive, which gets plugged into the WD TV Media player for direct viewing on the TV. So goodbye to DVD's, which don't play with anywhere near the clarity of these files. Instead of a pile of DVD's, I have at least a few hundred family videos on a single hard drive. I try to limit the final clips to not much more than a gigabyte so that the WD TV Media player attached to my TV doesn't get overwhelmed. To accomplish my self-imposed one gigabyte rule, I limit the length of my "movies" to around nine minutes. If I need longer movies, I'll title them A, B, and C or something and throw them in a single folder in the hard drive attached to the WD TV Media Player.After viewing these videos using the WD TV Media player, I feel safe in predicting that most of us will not be making family DVD's in five years. In terms of ease, playing movies through the WD TV reminds me of the comparison between a CD player and an iPod. A single iPod holds thousands of albums, which is much more convenient than using piles of CD's. Similarly, the hard drive//WD combination holds hundreds of videos. When viewed through the WD player, the 1080p videos look ridiculously clear. I think they even look better than blu-ray. Plus, like an iPod, using the hard drive through that WD player allows for clicking on any of hundreds of movies instantly.I can't answer technical questions, but this spaz was able to learn the program pretty easily and wanted to give you the four year experience report, a length of time which proves that I'm happy with my lack of advancement in studying video. Maybe this review can save you precious hours trying to learn a more difficult program. I discovered this program and the WD thing by sheer luck. Since I've been on the other end of trying to learn something and wasting hours and dollars, I chose to post this review to spare others the same fate. Finally, I should also ...

SoftwareCW Customer
Great for anyone who knows how to navigate the software!

Definitely need some computer skills to fully navigate all of its uses. Great for the price!

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Magix Vegas Movie Studio 14 Platinum - Instant Download for Windows 1 Computer

Magix Vegas Movie Studio 14 Platinum - Instant Download for Windows (1 Computer)

$59.00 USD


Video Editing

Compatible Operating Systems

Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11

Number of Computers/Users

1 Computer

License Duration

One Time Purchase

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