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Nick Hope wrote on 8/8/2016, 10:49 PM

After Sony ported SoundForge to the Mac a couple of years ago there was some talk that they might do the same with Vegas, but I haven't heard any more recent rumours about it really happening. I think it's unlikely but you never know. V14 is out in September and it would be a big surprise if it was ported to Mac so soon. The Sony Creative Software applications were sold to MAGIX a month or two ago. You can run Vegas Pro in a virtual machine with VMware Fusions or natively using Bootcamp, as JohnnyRoy has done. FCPX is probably now a better bet though if you're on Mac.

JohnnyRoy wrote on 8/8/2016, 11:52 PM
> "You can run Vegas Pro in a virtual machine with VMware Fusions or natively using Bootcamp, as JohnnyRoy has done. FCPX is probably now a better bet though if you're on Mac."

Yea, I ran Vegas Pro in a virtual machine for a while but Final Cut Pro X really performs great on both my MacBook Pro and my Mac Pro taking full advantage of the GPU and it's really easy to learn so I just use FCP X natively now. If you already have a Mac, that would be my recommendation too.

~jr