Review: Edius 7

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  1. atsui says:

    I’m in the same boat, a very long time Vegas user. When they sent me a survey, I highlighted the need to focus on stability (especially GPU) and performance (horrible rendering times and poor multi-cam previews if GPU is turned off) over unnecessary features.

    But they still didn’t listen. I’ll be upgrading my computers soon and it really doesn’t make sense for me to
    a. Find old 5 series graphics cards and old drivers or
    b. Get the latest hardware and then turn off the GPU.

    So I’m in the market for a NLE. It’s really sad, I like the speed of editing in Vegas but with all the issues, I’m looking at Edius too.
    Actually, that’s how I stumbled on this post via google search.

    Have you guys transitioned to Edius 7 yet? I’m really interested to hear about it, the good and the bad.


    • admin says:

      Hi. Thanks for the comment. We’re still on Vegas Pro – actually, we succumbed and upgraded to version 13 – because we’re just too used to it and like the way it works too much. But all GPU acceleration is switched off for stability. On the upside, this means we don’t need to shell out for an expensive graphics card, so you can look upon it as a cost saving perhaps! Just spend the money on the fastest CPU you can get. That said, we did try Edius and like it (to a degree; it’s not as intuitive as Vegas by a long shot). If you’ve ever used Premiere Pro or Avid, it has a bit more of that way of working about it but is nicer than either of those two. Cheaper too.

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