Release VEGAS Pro 365 - General Discussion


gbt20317 wrote on 8/29/2018, 3:56 PM

Thanks for the response. I did get a notification concerning the new VP16 version today (I do have the 365 plan option). I will try it. And I believe I've found what my issue was. I was viewing/loading my project's clip from the Windows Explorer window. The option for creating the video proxy on that clip was not available. When I did the same from the Project Media bin, the option to create the video proxy was now available to me 😂. I hadn't noticed this until just now.

Bryan_Cotton wrote on 12/30/2018, 2:49 PM

See if this comment helps (quote: "If you are on the subscription plan with 365 version 15, you can also decide to then install 16 when it comes out and continue to run both side by side just as you can with the perpetual version."

From VPro 365 FAQ: "You will be alerted when an update is available. Updates are not automatic, so you are free to choose when to install the update."

I don't yet see a download link including FXhome HitFilm Ignite 360 Toolkit which is "exclusive plug-in in VP 365".

I have the Vegas 365 subscription. I got it when it was Vegas 15. So now that Vegas 16 is out, Can I upgrade to 16 under my current subscription, or do I have to pay again.

I guess what I'm asking is, since I have Vegas 365 version 15.0 (Build 361), is upgrading to Vegas 16 free?

NickHope wrote on 12/30/2018, 9:46 PM

@Bryan_Cotton Yes, it's free. With Vegas Pro 365 you can always use the latest version.

musko wrote on 8/5/2019, 6:15 AM

I would like to ask, now I'm on Vegas PRO 365 and I have Vegas PRO 16.
May I download trial version of Vegas PRO 17 and set my license or I must wait for release and information for Vegas PRO 365 subscription?

fr0sty wrote on 8/5/2019, 6:40 AM

I'd try it, 365 is supposed to come with all the updates.



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