For some reason, this ytiš forum has logged me off when i was writing, and how have to write it again. I doubt devs read these, but i think Vegas don't need any more color tools, The YTP Community™ has worked with these beyond what the normíz here can comprehend. I require these features to use the new version, even though i may use it anyway..
MKV decoding support
AC3 decoding support
I think this is more of a Sapphire problem, but Vegas round degrees to 180°(when i try to rotate object 3 times over i run into a problem)
Before/after keyframe features (constant,loop,ping-pong)
Step keyframe interpolation (essentialy none)
I ask for, but don't require these functions:
Option for chaning the icons, i grew sick of these Metro UI ones, like since i've seen them for the first time
YouTube Poop, YouTubers who take other people's content and re-edit it into funny or annoying remixes. Definitely a condescending thing to say about this community, considering the YTP community is made up of mostly amateur editors. That said, it doesn't seem as English is their native language, so perhaps the condescending tone was something unintended.
Unintended or not, that was a condescending comment made by ad48hp about this community. His post has other bits of condescending tones.
ad48hp, if you have feature requests for Vegas or improved feature needs or Vegas shortcomings, of course make them known.... But don't come here and look down on users of this community and the Vegas developers!
Not sure if the YT community is important to me? Hmm, maybe not to me. Points like stop in the Interpolation of keyframes exist for a long time. AC3 decoders from Camcorder footage too. But maybe not from other footage that is not free of rights?
However, given the published timeframe for the launch of VP16 I do not think that new features can be added now.
Thanks for the link. I just looked through it. I am sitting on the fence and thinking long and hard.
What is it that you want to know?
It's not what I want to know, it's whether it's worth the cost. I don't have much of a problem in having to stabilize video. Motion tracking is nice, but I would have to see more than what they showed. There are other features that I can use, but in what I do, aren't really necessary. I'm retired now and shoot/edit for my own satisfaction. And... I'll wait for actual users report back on the stability, if there is a performance upgrade to timeline editing, etc... The comparison chart doesn't work, so really can't compare them. What title program is coming with it. Will the plugins I have now easily transfer over... that type of "stuff". The demos they made to demonstrate motion tracking... not what I was expecting... consumer editors for the most part can do that. Show me something "professional"...