Spot|DSE wrote on 5/2/2005, 7:25 PM
Only if faster render times, better media management, audio sync are important to you would you want to shake out the $200.00.
If you can save 10 minutes a day, 5 days a week, 4 weeks pays for Vegas 6 upgrade. That's outside of some of the other new tools. The Track Motion presets being back are worth a lot to some users, secondary Windows display is a pretty big deal, and so is nested timelines and VST, IMO.
It's not all HD, just a couple parts.
monoparadox wrote on 5/2/2005, 7:35 PM
I'm finding 3d tracks rendering much faster.
donp wrote on 5/3/2005, 6:43 AM
Thanks I'll definately upgrade when I get the e-mail (I hope I'll get it).
Chienworks wrote on 5/3/2005, 7:09 AM
Did you register your Vegas 5 license? If so, click on "My Account" at the top of the screen, click "My Software", and scroll to the bottom of the screen. Your upgrade offers are listed there.
donp wrote on 5/3/2005, 10:04 AM
Yes I'm all registered with all the versions from 4 on to through 5d and I have seem the upgrade offers. I was hoping for 199 minus 50 burt didn;t get that when I tested the download of 6. It still stayed at 199. I hope the e-mail will have the Key Code in it that will do that. That is what I did for the Vegas 5 back then, but hey, things may be different for Version 6. I'll definately plunge before May 31st.
beerandchips wrote on 5/3/2005, 10:26 AM
My e-mail said Vegas and DVD was 199.00. That is the fifty off. I don't think you will get them for 149. I hope I'm wrong.
mbryant wrote on 5/4/2005, 4:37 AM
You are right, Vegas+DVD upgrade is $249 full price; $199 with the discount.

Maybe the confusion is with Vegas 6 upgrade (without DVDA). This one is $199 full price. I don't know if there is a $50 off deal on this. I don't get offered one (i.e for me, both Vegas6+DVD and Vegas6 alone show as $199).