Will REDCODE work with Sony Vegas?
From what I gather, it will work since REDCine can convert your footage into the format of your choice. However, I believe one knock against using Vegas with RED is that it currently utilizes an 8 bit color space.
During an earlier test I did it loaded just fine. That's not a guarantee for support though! But I like Vegas a lot so its definitely on my radar. I'm hoping they'll move to more than 8-bits soon, cross your fingers!
Oh, it also has a maximum of 2K x 2K resolution at the moment....
In this instance it loaded REDCODE RAW just fine. Keep in mind that you can load RAW footage into most QT supporting applications. REDCINE is another path to process your footage more akin to the film process.
That's (somewhat) good to hear, Rob. And thanks for the clarification. I currently use Vegas and if one day I could edit 4k at 10 bit+ with it, then I can die happy. But for the immediate future, I'm fine with 1080p/2k.
if you want a 10 bit Vegas be sure to email or go by their booth and ASK for it....
Yes and sony will be so happy to help the RED effort. I'm sure they're good sports about it cutting into their camera market. Haha.
I had heard rumors that Sony wanted to dump Vegas (and their entire A/V suite). I would love for Sonic Foundry or anyone without an agenda to take the reigns and put these programs back on the track towards professional respect. They were starting to get there.
As far as I know Sony Media Software is a different division than Sony Broadcast.
Does anyone know if NewTek SpeedEdit supports 10 and/or 12-bit at 2K and/or up?
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