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    Hello there

    I was just wondering if Sony Vegas 7 is compatible with Windows Vista?

    Many Thanks for your time.

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    Horses mouth:
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    Tim

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    Thanks for the reply, but I am still not toally clear. Does this mean Sony Vegas does work?

    Thanks again.

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    More horses mouth.

    Sony Creative Software - Vegas+DVD Production Suite - System Requirements

    Basically 7 - no, referring to the other horse, 8 - yes (when it comes out)

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    From what I understand it dose work but the media manager will not, I can not answer first hand since I'm not running vista
    Wil

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    TGV Edius 6, TGV ProCoder 3, DVD Lab Pro. 2

    http://www.youtube.com/user/ChapmanProduction

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    A thought occurs to me. If you are asking the question and already own Vegas 7 (full version) then I can add nothing furter.

    If, on the other hand, you are considering purchasing Vegas, then consider Vegas Movie Studio (Platinum if you like) which IS ALREADY in version 8 and IS VISTA COMPATIBLE.

    You may well be able to do all you need for now and can upgrade whenever full v8 is in production.
    Tim

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    Thanks for the replys guys. I bought a new PC which included Vista so I decided to install Sony Vegas anyway and guess what, it worked! I am upgrading to the platinum version anyway just incase. (The one you suggested)

    Thanks again.

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    Works fine for me. Make sure you upgrade to the latest version, though!

    MS.

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    I would have upgraded but I didnt realise you had to pay. I will purchase it sometime soon I guess.

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    TWIY - It's definitely worth it. The previous build had awful problems with "Media Manager" and the like, but Sony fixed that with their recent release, plus made it generally more stable.

    MS.

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