Terje wrote on 3/10/2015, 5:43 PM
>> like Instagram apps

I seriously doubt it, but I have heard rumors that it will be tightly integrated with Friendster and MySpace.

Don't think they have imported the Panasonic GH2/3/4 video import issue though.

On a slight tangent - thanks for the latest release of Vegas 13. I can now use it for my GH4 work-flow with 4K video, and that is the very first release where this was the case. Mainly because I use FilmConvert to grade my video and it would, up until this patch, crash Vegas with 100% reliability.

Seriously SCS, thanks for this. I'll now hold off from upgrades for about four years.
Terje wrote on 3/10/2015, 5:46 PM
>> will be launching vegas for mac, it had been more stable?

No, and no.
cal79 wrote on 3/12/2015, 7:55 AM
Maybe Sony software won't release Vegas pro for mac because Technical support will no longer be able to fob you off and the point finger at your hardware as the reason for your daily crashes and bugs?
Hulk wrote on 3/12/2015, 8:30 AM
Seems like for the last 4 or 5 releases many of us have been asking for more stability above all else. The desire becomes greater as features are added because less features are needed!

While I too would like Sony to perhaps just focus on GPU compatibility/utilization and stability I can see the other side of this. How to they advertise and sell such a product?

"Vegas 14 - New and Improved. More stable and better GPU compatibility"

"Vegas 14 - Works like it should have 4 version ago!"

JJKizak wrote on 3/12/2015, 8:38 AM
It seems that when SPOT faded away so did the stability of Vegas.
jwcarney wrote on 3/12/2015, 10:22 PM
I would like to see built in support for LUTs.
OpenCL is a nice idea, but Nvidia isn't really interested in supporting it. Because I use my PC for other stuff (vfx, 3D modeling) so won't be getting an AMD card. Maybe add cuda support if time permits.
Include a 12bit 4:4:4 codec for those that don't want to use Raw. I'd be willing to purchase Catalyst convert if that's what it took to ingest and convert to it.
Frank Z wrote on 3/17/2015, 4:06 PM
ingvarai, thanks for your feedback. Turns out it has something to do with my laptop video card. It has a GPU but apparently not one that Vegas likes. I've actually never had much luck with the GPU features. On my desktop CPU is faster than GPU. I'm not sure how much focus they put on multithreading but that might time better spent.

Anyway, once I turned off GPU I'm rendering without crashing.
Frank Z wrote on 3/17/2015, 4:09 PM
Hmmmm... I went back and checked my Vegas 11 and GPU is on.... Oh well... If off works in 13, I'm fine with it. My laptop is mainly for on the go editing. When I need more strength I go to desktop.