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VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

A new addition to Muvipix, with support and discussion of Sony's DVD Architect Studio.

Re: VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

Postby Davo » Wed Jan 06, 2021 2:13 pm

Steve Grisetti wrote:DVD Architect is no longer available. I guess that makes your decision simpler...

Well I saw that at the top of this board but doing a quick search for DVD Architect - it seems to be available from a number of sources like Amazon, Musicians Friend, etc. I figured if I can find a good replacement for Encore then I can make that last until we force our customers to go to VOD only.

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Re: VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

Postby Davo » Wed Jan 06, 2021 2:20 pm

Good to know, though. If Roxio had a "me first" attitude back then, they probably still have the same mentality today.
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Re: VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

Postby Steve Grisetti » Thu Jan 07, 2021 7:50 am

If you buy an old or used copy of DVD Architect, make sure you're getting the Pro and not the Studio version. Also, buy either version 5 or version 7. Version 6 (which includes the ability to make 3D BluRays) is fraught with problems.
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Re: VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

Postby RJ Johnston » Thu Jan 07, 2021 4:37 pm

Magix also has Video Pro X that you can sometimes get on Humble Bundle for $30.00. It can create blu-ray discs including 3D. Magix Movie Maker has blu-ray burning. But the video you may have produced in another software will be recoded in these other products before burning.
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Re: VEGAS DVD Architect becoming scarce

Postby Earl_J_MauiBoy » Tue Aug 31, 2021 9:58 pm

DVDStyler... hmmm ... I'll give it a look... it won't cost me anything... (wink)
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