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50$/€ video editing software

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Just now, Mr.David said:

I have RX590 with 8 gigs of DDR5. The retail version costs 300$. 

Vegas Pro 14 Edit from Steam is a good deal, isnt it?

Its good, and here at forums are multiple users if you need peer-to-peer support.

On 1/8/2019 at 12:13 PM, LoGiCalDrm said:

Its good, and here at forums are multiple users if you need peer-to-peer support.

Hello again, 

 

I wanted to buy the Vegas Deal, but I saw that Cyberlink Powerdirector 16 Ultra costs 70€. What do you think about it? 

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1 hour ago, Mr.David said:

Hello again, 

 

I wanted to buy the Vegas Deal, but I saw that Cyberlink Powerdirector 16 Ultra costs 70€. What do you think about it? 

At this point, I can't give any more advice. I haven't used either, really. Looking at reviews they are pretty much on same level. You would need to do actual project on one to see where the limits are.

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I bought(in January lol) PD 16 Ultra for 50€ on Steam. I’m very happy with it! 

I have already done 3-4 videos(7-8 minutes long) and I enjoyed doing it. 

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Power Director and Sony Vegas ( I used both at different companies) are quite nice, and fine for some video editing. Davinci Resolve plays in another league, IMO. For a deeper use, less limited editing, I'd go with it. That said, I particularly like Vegas. 

 

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