Sony Vegas Pro, Editing 4K videos with 60 fps

Sony Vegas Pro Editing 4K videos with 60 fps

The usage of Sony Vegas Pro is currently no way on the decrease. Rather, the number of buys and sales of this very video editing software has only been on the increase since it’s introduction.

Just as the likes of Adobe Premiere and Power Director, Vegas is also a software Package specially meant for Video edits. It’s ideally non-linear editing (NLE). The Sonic Foundry published then Sony Creative Software, and then Magix.
The software runs on the Windows operating system.

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Video editors find joy knowing that Sony Vegas Pro does not require any specialized hardware to run properly. With this, it allows the Editor to function on almost any standard Windows computer across a broad range of hardware.

The Software has become one of the most used by Video editors on Windows, many content creators on YouTube use the editor, this includes the likes of JavierNathaniel (Football Channel), Vertic Designs (Graphics and Edits), and Ayjayvids (Football Channel).

Editing 4K videos with 60 fps / 1080p videos with 240 fps on Sony Vegas Pro

The leverage involved in the usage of footage recorded at such high frame rates, comes in the fact that you can actually use it to make very smooth and slow motion effects which will be absolutely clean. Very clean.

Working on exporting your video at the best possible level of quality, you should consider reducing the original footage quality to a standard video frame rate of around 24p, 25p or 30p.

It is highly recommended that you use the MainConcept AVC/AAC or Sony MVC/AVC codecs while doing this.

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