Vegas Movie Studio Platinum software has everything that Vegas Movie Studio software has plus HD video editing, 5.1 surround sound mixing, over 100 video effects, and more.
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Everything that I tested without problems.
>Basic Video Editing
- Slow motion/speed up
- Fade in/out
>Video Preview works fine
>play,pause stop buttons and that play slider works fine although transparency doesnt seem to work so everything has a black outline, doesnt effect anything but appearance.
>Rendering to all the formats I tested works, .AVI .MPG (mpeg-2) .MOV
>Pictures and music fit in the timeline 100% fine
What does not
Transparency all together, the splash screen has a nice black border around the whole thing and all of the buttons also have it.
Seems a little sluggish, no major slow down, could possibly be my computer because it seems to run and render faster then it did in windows :)
What was not tested
Installing this was a mission though.
firstly, I installed it on windows, kept the files.
once on linux i used winetricks to install dot net 2.0, wmp10, ie6
then i ran the set up for VC redist 2005, and 2008 (i installed 2008 first but it didnt work). Then i ran the setup for Vegas and it installed VC redist 2005 and got to the progress bar where it then stopped.
i then downloaded the K-Lite codec pack in-case it could help with codec issues. Then i downloaded "msvfw32.dll" and put it in my 'windows/system32' dir and set it to native in the winecfg.
i then copied over the "windows installed vegas files" to my wine program files dir and ran vegasstudo09, typed in my serial number and activated. then BANG it worked.
How can we make this work!?
by Stephen Gashler on Monday February 23rd 2009, 10:26
Is there any way to petition programmers to prepare an app for Wine? I've scoured the internet for years for a successful implementation of Sony Vegas on Linux, and I know that I'm only one of hundreds or even thousands who is stuck with Windows only because there's no good video editor on Linux. Please, please, can anyone make Sony Vegas or Adobe Premiere fully functional with Wine? If you would like to see this, add your comment. Maybe if there's enough petitions, it will happen.
by FJA on Tuesday January 6th 2009, 17:16
Now I discovered one more thing, that doesn't work: audio FX plugins. Their registry entries cause the app to hang on splash screen. Without entries, all audio plugins aren't visible and thus not usable.