I've been using Vegas since v11 (on winXP then) and had the NewblueFX kit which (in the Essentials) has a thing called Lens Correction.
I have just done a series of videos in v16 where I used the Magix Deform FX instead of this, adequately, but I thought I would try the old lens correction one. It is still there, still works, despite being dated 2014.
Is this right?
On a XPS13 laptop which only ever saw v14 and v16, I see only Newblue Elements and that doesn't include Lens Correction.
I probably still have the Elements install package somewhere... I have noticed that it goes online to check the license so it probably still works. But is this right to have in v16, compatibility-wise?
I have noticed that the Lens Correction FX makes Vegas preview run much faster than using the Deform FX. Even rendering is 1.3x faster.
The NewblueFX Lens Correction fx has the old bug, reported at the time, whereby the GPU disable checkboxes don't show the tick :) You have to just believe you ticked them :) I had various emails with Newblue at the time; I think they basically gave up on trying to fix it. On my PC (Nvidia card) I am ok with the default config but on a XPS13 laptop the GPU needs disabling, much as was the case in years past on every machine I had.
I am pretty sure the Essentials kit came bundled with Pro 13. The installation file is April 2016 and is called NewBlueVideoEssentials6VegasPro13ForWindowsSetup30.exe
My notes show that there was no serial number ever supplied, but somehow it just worked.
Should I try installing this on the win10 XPS13 Pro 16 laptop installation? How will it pick up the license? The laptop doesn't have Pro 13 on it, only 14 and 16.