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Sony Vegas Movie Studio

Ilse Jurrien
IFA Report
Friday 13th, July 2007
Posted by: Ilse Jurrien

Sony Creative Software, a leading provider of professional video and audio editing applications, announced powerful yet easy-to-use new versions of its consumer products line-up, providing users with software tools to develop creative videos, music, podcasts, photos and more. The new line-up includes the latest versions of the now Windows Vista-compatible Vegas Movie Studio and Vegas Movie Studio Platinum Edition video editing and DVD creation software, Sound Forge Audio Studio audio editing and production software and ACID Music Studio music creation and mixing software. Consumers are now able to create virtually any type of multimedia project with their personal computer.

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Sony Vegas Movie Studio

Software plays an important role in today’s electronic world. Look at the impressive world of Apps like the Apple App store where millions of applications get downloaded every day. Without those software applications today’s smartphone would definitely be less attractive. Digital compact camera and DSLR cameras also benefit greatly from software. Even some of the lenses that are made for cameras like the Panasonic Lumix Micro Four Thirds System cameras benefit from the software corrections that take place in the camera itself. But also features like Face Detection & Recognitions are software based and bring extra value to the photographer’s camera. At IFA 2010 manufactures will show their latest software innovations to the public. We bet 3D will steal the show! Check out our special International Consumer Electronics IFA show report.