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I know this is normal for company-written/hosted comparisons, but the number of blatant lies in this comparison is bold even for that. I'm surprised MAGIX is hosting this themselves.
Fairlight does Multi-Track Recording.
Resolve has supported GPU Decode/Encode on Intel for years. AMD was added last, in Resolve 16. We're basically on Resolve 17, now.
Resolve's starting price is $0, for the Free SKU, and they don't charge for upgrades - so no need to sell VEGAS Pro 365 as if it's some benefit over the competition. The updates don't come with enough to make that subscription worth almost the cost of a Premiere Pro CC Single App Subscription.
And saying VEGAS is recommended for someone who wants an all-in-one solution, or that it's Pros over Resolve is More VFX Tooling and Effects. Come on... You cannot be serious.
Nothing integrates well with Adobe applications but Adobe applications. Fabricating ignorable Cons in an attempt to make that part of the "comparison" look "balanced" doesn't work so well... when it's this transparent.
There are ways to compete, it's called getting better and implementing features users want to pull them off of competing products or onboard them into the market with your products. Posting a comparison charge that seems like it was written by someone who watched a few fanboy videos is a pretty low bar to accomplish...
The comparison is making it seem like VEGAS Pro doesn't have tons of issues playing back footage at full frame rates. Like it has GPU Acceleration on par with Resolve. Like it's OFX and Algorithms are even close to comparable with what BMD is delivering. Like their "Computational" stuff (marketing speak) is comparable to DaVinci Neural Engine (actually a thing).
And VEGAS Pro is worthless to Post Production Professionals, unless they only deliver to YouTube and Home Theatres - not to mention the Audio Editing tooling, metering, etc. just isn't there to get the job done. Resolve leapfrogged VEGAS Pro in the Audio Post areas 2 versions ago, when the Fairlight page began existing, and completely buried it last version. At this point, it's almost Nuendo (the Post Production side) shoved into Resolve Studio.
Less ridiculous "comparisons." Deliver the features so people don't feel misled when they actually launch the application.