Sony Vegas Pro 9.
We are currently putting the finishing touches
on a film entitled
Birth of Innocence
I can work as fast as I can think.
It's completely non-destructive.
I can actually work in resolutions up to the 4K max
support for pro camcorder formats like Red and XDCAM EX
It's the only NLE that allows opening of multiple iterations
and cutting and pasting from one iteration to the other, and:
the first NLE that allowed users to put a variety of
formats on the timeline and just edit them.
Other NLEs would require
the user to render or "conform" these down to a single format.
Video 1.0 had this in 2000. Final Cut Pro got this feature in 2007 with
editing was first made possible in Vegas; more than a year in advance
of the competition.
In 2003 when the 4.0b update was released, Vegas users got HD editing
support and 24p support for free.
Vegas was the first NLE with "serious" audio tools,
integrated 5.1 surround mixing, 24-bit/192 kHz audio support, and