Hello everyone, this post is actually a lil bit off topic, but anyway I have some few questions about Vegas Pro in Film industry.
Today we had a conversations with our lecturer and she's said I'm a bad editor if I'm using different editing software besides Premiere Pro and Final cut which is I'm kinda disagreed, same goes with my friends, they all think the same way as me (most of it).The reason why she said that most of media out there using Premiere and Final for professional use's, not Sony Vegas and etc. (Yes she said Sony Vegas, so clearly I don't think she knew about Magix)
So I did some research on what Film and TV shows that was done in Vegas Pro:
But most of it was done under "Sony Vegas" and not the latest Magix Vegas Pro software. If anyone knows please paste it here, Film/TV Shows that was done in the latest Magix Vegas Pro software.
Also is it possible to bridge Vegas Pro with another editing software like After effects for example, then it shouldn't be a problem if you're using Vegas and cross over with another softwares for more smooth workflow. I really wish Magix updated Vegas to have this features so everyone can work in different softwares. (Actually I do see the option to open VEG in Pr,AE,FCPX, but it will crash after I click it or just a blank timeline in Premiere Pro)
What do you think about the lecturer perspective? she even said "Goodluck with your Sony Vegas after you finish with your diploma"
She is MASSCOM lecturer btw