VEGAS POST Announcement @NAB2019 - Coming soon....

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aboammar wrote on 4/14/2019, 5:04 AM

Youtube has some stuff.

Thank you ... I was hoping for more than just replacing image as I already know how to do that.

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aboammar wrote on 4/14/2019, 5:29 AM

Yes, I am curious to see how this works out. Unfortunately, I had issues with Hit Film being extremely sluggish, and on one occasion, it would simply not run on my system despite working closely with their technical support to try and resolve. In the end, they simply threw up their hands about it, as did I, and I drifted away from it. I've never had that happen with any other software program---where it would simply not run and kept crashing.

For me, I'm not 100% sure what the integration means because I would simply render any HF effects out as a .png sequence, then import into Vegas and that was that. I am assuming this means that the suite will actually be integrated into Vegas, so I am guessing that's the part we will have to wait and see about. To be fair, I haven't messed with HF much and perhaps the program performs better now?

In the beginning, I was a huge supporter of FX Home as an alternative to AE and found their interface much more intuitive, but again, found the program very sluggish. I like their forum, like some of their effects plug-ins, and Triem23 (one of their forum moderators) is amazing. I just don't want to see any integration take away from what we have now with Vegas.

I owned HitFilm 2 Ultimate and it was working fine on my computer, but I truly did not have the time to use it so I just forgot about. Lately, I became very interested in VFX compositing and motion graphics and tried BMD Fusion but found it difficult to use so I decided to upgrade to HitFilm Pro 12 and so far so good. The only problem I am facing now is not finding full tutorial series on version 12! The only full tutorial I found is from Lynda.com but it is very old and covers only HitFilm Pro version 3!

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Dimitrios wrote on 4/14/2019, 6:18 AM

Those older tutorials still all apply.

https://www.youtube.com/user/MajahrPictures/videos :One of my favorites isn't active anymore but his tutorials are very impressive, the one about disolving text is a favorite of mine.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoxIFCFVZMs0-JSrrZREZdQ :Can be a little hard to follow, and are a little lengthy but go over a lot of stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TooshkaTraining/videos :No longer active but his series on elements, wipes and other things are very good.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH0pZyaX_P3xFYkqj545Rdw :Lots of great tutorials and easier to follow than most, very good recent projects on the shatter effect and using the particle simulator in a similar way.

:A specific tutorial for some a cool motion graphic trick I think is worth watching.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf70Z35S6Dkwk4Kv2rsScjg :Tutorials with a focus on motion graphics

https://www.youtube.com/user/valbarr/videos :A lot of very cool tutorials, so much in fact he was recruited to work for the developers and no does a lot of the offical tutorials.

Speaking of the official tutorials they are all good and you should just look through them to final anything that catches your eye.

mbarton wrote on 4/14/2019, 2:47 PM

@aboammar Did you try the BorisFx website? https://borisfx.com/training/ They are great about maintaining a collection of webinars and tutorials on their products. Most of the videos apply to the plugins, even if they are demonstrating another NLE as the host. I don't have MochaPro, but have BCC that incorporates the Mocha tracking for the effects.

aboammar wrote on 4/14/2019, 9:18 PM

Those older tutorials still all apply.

https://www.youtube.com/user/MajahrPictures/videos :One of my favorites isn't active anymore but his tutorials are very impressive, the one about disolving text is a favorite of mine.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoxIFCFVZMs0-JSrrZREZdQ :Can be a little hard to follow, and are a little lengthy but go over a lot of stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/user/TooshkaTraining/videos :No longer active but his series on elements, wipes and other things are very good.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH0pZyaX_P3xFYkqj545Rdw :Lots of great tutorials and easier to follow than most, very good recent projects on the shatter effect and using the particle simulator in a similar way.

:A specific tutorial for some a cool motion graphic trick I think is worth watching.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf70Z35S6Dkwk4Kv2rsScjg :Tutorials with a focus on motion graphics

https://www.youtube.com/user/valbarr/videos :A lot of very cool tutorials, so much in fact he was recruited to work for the developers and no does a lot of the offical tutorials.

Speaking of the official tutorials they are all good and you should just look through them to final anything that catches your eye.

 

Many thanks, Dimitrios .. will check them out and hopefully will be useful for me.

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aboammar wrote on 4/14/2019, 9:34 PM

@aboammar Did you try the BorisFx website? https://borisfx.com/training/ They are great about maintaining a collection of webinars and tutorials on their products. Most of the videos apply to the plugins, even if they are demonstrating another NLE as the host. I don't have MochaPro, but have BCC that incorporates the Mocha tracking for the effects.

Yes I checked some of them out but did not help me so much because the workflow they are using mostly applies to Adobe After Effects and Premiere which I believe is kind of different in Vegas Pro!

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AVsupport wrote on 4/15/2019, 5:17 PM

I'd wished they'd announced a brand new faster playback engine supporting HW decoding instead 🤔

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fr0sty wrote on 4/16/2019, 11:01 AM

I'd wished they'd announced a brand new faster playback engine supporting HW decoding instead 🤔

This is separate from Vegas, developed by a different team, and isn't taking the Vegas team away from working on the core product. There is likely more news about Vegas on the way, so save those criticisms for after they announce what's coming for Vegas itself.

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AVsupport wrote on 4/18/2019, 3:45 AM

thanks @fr0sty I shall be patient and wait with anticipation to see what happens comes Black Friday time..;-)

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