Suggestions For VEGAS Pro 19.0

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Howard-Vigorita wrote on 6/26/2020, 3:37 PM
  • IMPROVE: The Rendered Files After A Batch Render Should Have Named As Per Their Regions Name.

@iEmby That's in a user customizable script. You can have it name files any way you want. I like it my way.

Reyfox wrote on 6/26/2020, 3:56 PM

I would love for large projects to load faster.

fr0sty wrote on 6/26/2020, 6:13 PM

Hopefully the team doesn't get distracted with too many bells and whistles, new format support, etc, before they focus on making Vegas 18 as rock solid and as fast as it possibly can be (Derek has hinted at this already in some of his posts here, talking about how the video engine needs an overhaul before they focus too much on new formats). I don't want a bunch of new formats or effects if they play back at 4fps and crash every time you skip around the timeline. I'd rather get a super-refined, rock solid version of what we have now with a few really cool and useful new features (maybe even a few that some squeakier wheels around here have been squeaking loudly and repeatedly for) and many improvements made to what is already there first (so some of what is there already feels far less half-baked)... then bring on all these other features that it needs as we go.

My 2 cents.

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iEmby wrote on 6/27/2020, 2:04 AM

how said about some interface change in 18th version like some smooth fonts, icons and buttons? or is the current one is enough for VEGAS pro.?

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iEmby wrote on 6/27/2020, 2:12 AM

@Howard-Vigorita.. wow its working.. thankyou so much..πŸ˜€. Also working in V15

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fr0sty wrote on 6/27/2020, 2:31 AM

how said about some interface change in 18th version like some smooth fonts, icons and buttons? or is the current one is enough for VEGAS pro.?

If it were up to me, if it were my car in the race, I'd worry about what's under the hood before putting too much focus on the paint job and leather interior.

Dexcon wrote on 6/27/2020, 6:56 AM

... 18th century ... fonts ...

I'd be putting in a support request to VCS if the icon fonts on your version of Vegas Pro look something like:

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Reyfox wrote on 6/27/2020, 7:36 AM

I've asked for font representation in the title editors.... everything else can display what the font looks like... time for Vegas to come into the current century with this.

It's tough having a lot of different fonts, but you have no idea what they will look like until you select them.

Jack S wrote on 6/27/2020, 7:50 AM

I always have NexusFont open when I'm looking for a specific font. Just scroll down to find the desired font, make a mental note of the font name, then scroll down or search for the font in Vegas.

Reyfox wrote on 6/27/2020, 3:36 PM

@Jack S that might have been fine way back in the early days, but not today. When you have hundreds of fonts, this just doesn't work unless you only use a couple of fonts.

Jack S wrote on 6/27/2020, 3:55 PM

Mmmm. I currently have 809 fonts.

Reyfox wrote on 6/27/2020, 4:06 PM

...and can you see what they look like in Vegas title editor? No. You have to use a word processor, any consumer video editor or a 3rd party plugin like NBFX Title Pro.

With knowing what over 800 fonts look like, your brain power far exceeds mine.

Jack S wrote on 6/28/2020, 3:04 AM

@ReyfoxΒ and can you see what they look like in Vegas title editor?

No, that’s why I use NexusFont. I have it open on my second monitor so I can scroll through it to find the font I want.

fr0sty wrote on 6/28/2020, 3:23 AM

What I usually do is type a sample word, highlight it, then switch through the fonts. That gives me a preview of what I'm doing similar to what you are requesting... not as good as what you want, but it's a workaround that you can use until the team can get around to doing this.

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walter-i. wrote on 6/28/2020, 3:43 AM

What I usually do is type a sample word, highlight it, then switch through the fonts. That gives me a preview of what I'm doing similar to what you are requesting...

+1
This is also my method - you can see the style in the editor and in the preview - or should the text format already be visible in the selection list?

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Reyfox wrote on 6/28/2020, 7:30 AM

My point is, it's a work around. Can I use something else to look through the fonts and see what they look like? Of course! NBFX Title Pro does it just fine. I can see a bunch of them as I move through the list and decide what I want to use.

It's just a suggestion/wish/hope. It's a little thing. Something that I "feel" should be a part of any title editor.

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Dexcon wrote on 6/28/2020, 7:40 AM

Can I use something else to look through the fonts and see what they look like?

I totally agree that a sample of what fonts look like should be available in any titller whatsoever, but a small sample of each font on your computer is accessible via C:\Windows\Fonts.

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iEmby wrote on 4/7/2021, 4:45 PM

Still Need Some Additions And Imporvements

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Grazie wrote on 4/8/2021, 1:11 AM

A better working relationship with Third Party Houses: NewBlueFx and Boris Mocha Developers to overhaul our OFX standards.

MH7 wrote on 4/8/2021, 3:21 AM

My point is, it's a work around. Can I use something else to look through the fonts and see what they look like? Of course! NBFX Title Pro does it just fine. I can see a bunch of them as I move through the list and decide what I want to use.

It's just a suggestion/wish/hope. It's a little thing. Something that I "feel" should be a part of any title editor.

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I hear ya. I have had to do the workaround for this also, which has been okay, but I do agree with you.

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Dexcon wrote on 4/8/2021, 3:59 AM

A better working relationship with Third Party Houses: NewBlueFx and Boris Mocha Developers ...

Yes, very much so. Go back several years and you'd rarely see Vegas Pro mentioned as being the host NLE on BorisFX's forum. Now, it's common to see Vegas Pro being cited as the host NLE on that forum across a range of BorisFX products especially BCC, Sapphire and Mocha Pro.

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