Vegas vs. Catalyst review


set wrote on 6/6/2016, 6:24 PM
DumplingandDots, reading DaVinci Resolve User's Facebook Group, this is one of recommended book for learning Resolve :

Well, Resolve is extremely advance when come to color correction and color grading workflow, but still felt basic to Editing tab. Or, you can try combine the workflow by doing roundtrip between the two.
I have recently finished one project combining Vegas and Resolve.
ushere wrote on 6/6/2016, 6:40 PM
+1 set

i don't think any one tool will suffice nowadays, even though vegas did for a long while. we've come a long way with our expectations and desires and whilst dv and hdv 'limited' our horizons all that's come, and is coming, only leads us into temptation ;-)

DumplingandDots wrote on 6/6/2016, 8:36 PM
I agree set! And thanks!
DumplingandDots wrote on 6/7/2016, 2:55 AM

I actually hope to just use only one NLE for all of my video production needs. My headspace for new information is limited. It's difficult, for me at least, to remember everything efficiently in my personal and professional life.
ushere wrote on 6/7/2016, 3:11 AM
whilst i agree with you that one nle to rule all would be great (and it was so in the past with vegas) i (and i emphasize 'i') am pushing my boundaries, and find that resolve is offering what vegas isn't.

but yes, my head is still filled with useless junk; analogue info for every sony pro vtr / camera i ever used, and am unlikely to ever use again, edit controllers, vision mixers, audio boards, etc., etc., etc., and cramming new info in on top of all that is just... well, plain painful

that said, if i wish to continue at my comfort level then yes, vegas would more than likely cover everything.
set wrote on 6/7/2016, 9:31 AM
Actually I also looking forward for only having one NLE for most of common work, and it all depends further on what the project is.
Even though I can have a nice picture color by having Resolve, the working time on doing this is much longer to do! Of course this was also caused by not yet efficient on working with Resolve, still slow, and also slowed down by low spec GPU.

It's not wrong to learn more, push boundaries.