Sony Vegas 4.0 With DVD Architect

Hannigan, Joe
April 2004
Mix;Apr2004, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p176
The article discusses the latest DVD application software. Sony's (formerly Sonic Foundry's) Vegas 4.0 bundled with DVD Architect began life as an audio editor and added video later, so the interface makes a lot of sense for audio folks. The seven dropdown menus contain all of the necessary tools and DSP to take video project from source input to DVD. These include a powerful video editor with built-in audio editor (based on Sound Forge), customizable video and audio plug-ins, and stereo and 5.1 mixing capability with bundled Dolby AC3 encoding.


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