Save Up To $349 On Magix VEGAS Pro 15 (3 Days Left!)

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MAGIX is running a huge sale on their flagship VEGAS Pro 15 and VEGAS Movie Studio video editing software for Windows, offering up to $349 in savings until December 6th, 2017.

VEGAS Pro 15 was recently reviewed on BPB, so take a look at that article for an in-depth look at the new features and improvements introduced in the latest version of the software. Needless to say, this is the best edition of VEGAS Pro yet and it shows that MAGIX is pushing things in the right direction in terms of development. One of the biggest changes in the latest version is the drastically improved and modernized user interface which now works and looks absolutely great. VEGAS Pro now also natively supports LUTs for easy and fast color grading.

The software is currently on sale, along with VEGAS Movie Studio which is optimized for handling lighter video editing tasks. You can save different amounts of cash depending on which version of the software you’re purchasing, so we’re listing all the available options below:

If you’re looking for a capable and stable video editing software for Windows, you can hardly do better than VEGAS Pro 15 at this price point. Apart from its advanced video editing features, VEGAS Pro also shines in the audio department. It can load effects in VST plugin format and features a multi-channel audio mixer just like the one in your DAW. The Suite version of the software also includes a large selection of valuable add-ons, such as the NewBlueFX Titler Pro 5, NewBlueFX Filters 5 Ultimate, HitFilm Movie Essentials with a fantastic set of video filters, Boris FX Sapphire Render Unit, and the VEGAS DVD Architect.

More info: VEGAS Pro 15 (up to $349 OFF until December 6th, 2017)

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Tomislav is a journalist, music producer and web designer from Belgrade, Serbia. He is also the owner and editor-in-chief here at Bedroom Producers Blog.

4 Comments

  1. “stable”
    hahahahahaha
    Sorry i couldn’t resist, but Vegas has been notorious for crashes.

    If they got things running more stably in recent versions I’d like to know..

    • Tomislav Zlatic

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      Absolutely, but they fixed most of those issues in VEGAS Pro 14. I used it to edit all of my NAMM 2017 and Musikmesse 2017 videos, leaving it to render in the media center while I go back to record more stuff, and there weren’t any issues (knock on the wood). It really feels very solid and stable now.

  2. Also you should have a look at DaVinci Resolve, which now can be used for free in the quite extensive basic version and the Studio version was reduced to 299$
    Very fluid, great colour tools, interesting audio suite including surround and extremely fast export.
    https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve/
    Fusion is also worth a look for more involved compositing tasks. Also free in the base version.

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