p@mast3rs wrote on 7/29/2008, 9:13 PM
If Sony drags any longer, Adobe will beat them out the door with their 64bit NLE which if the info I have is correct, will be September.
mcvap wrote on 7/30/2008, 2:21 AM
For essential,value,better, unique vegas pro upgrade I can wait how much it will take.

SCS take all your time for another think,develop,refresh,suprise,reading users needs to bring us the best 64bit NLE pro in town.
Houston Haynes wrote on 7/30/2008, 10:23 PM
Uh - you mean natvie "video" apps right? Steinberg and Cakewalk have had 64-bit native audio apps out there for some time now.
Former user wrote on 7/31/2008, 12:41 PM
Only Cakewalk has a true released 64 app. Steinberg has nothing except a "preview" edition which is not worth the time to install - let alone use.
Infinite5ths wrote on 7/31/2008, 6:06 PM
I'm actually a Cakewalk Sonar user. But I'm working in 32-bit thanks to the fact that most 3rd-party plugins are still 32-bit. So, despite the fact that Cakewalk is ahead of the game with a great 64-bit DAW, other software developers are holding up the game. Of course, the nightmare that is Vista (64bit or not) has not encouraged rapid migration...