BOXX/Sonic Foundry Professional DV Production System
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I was also impressed by the way the Sonic Foundry applications work together. For example, right-click on an audio track in Vegas, and there's a choice to either open that audio file or open a copy of it in Sound Forge. Then, there it is in Sound Forge, complete with its accompanying video, for reference. Add a few audio effects, edit down to the bit level, and then you can save that file and use it in Vegas. Another great feature of Vegas is its ability to open and use almost any type of video or audio file, and use it on the timeline with any other. And, when you're done, Vegas gives you a veritable smorgasbord of formats into which you can render your final output, including MainConcept MPEG-2 for DVD production, QuickTime, avi, and anything else you can think of. I only wish BOXX could have included a DVD burner in this configuration, which would have been a great stride toward the goal of making a complete start-to-finish DV production system. [an error occurred while processing this directive] Noticing the quickness of this hardware, I decided to run some After Effects and Photoshop benchmarks that we've used to evaluate numerous machines here. Not surprisingly, the BOXX system was generally faster than every other system we've tested so far, including our special red hot-rod Athlon 2000+ MP machine.
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