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Sony Vegas Studio w/DVD Architect

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by tethom42, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. tethom42

    tethom42 Member

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    I purchased this software in order to create DVD's of old family pictures. I am computer literate, however I am having difficulty learning to use this software. Normally I can pick up on using different software pretty quick. This one is kicking my tail. I have searched on the Internet for help and every review I have read says that it is so easy to learn. I must be missing something. :) Does anyone know of any tutorials that I can get to teach me this software or of some instructions that could help. Thanks.
     
  2. rakych

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    I have vegas 7 w/dvd architect, (did I spell that right?). It is a pain trying to get through it, but the more you play with it, the eaiser it is to understand. There is no tutorial out that I am aware of, but, I did find some software about it and a tutorial video at one of the file sharing sites. It explains basic things, but once past the basics, you will feel your way through it with ease.
     
  3. celticpro

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    I have all ways found song vegas a better program to use..like any program it take s a small bit of time to get use to..at first i was like you, i thought it was hard to use..to learn more log onto U Tube there are some great sony lesson s on vegas and artitech.if you have any questions get back and i will help you out...ok.. there is also a manual i the program its self..its easy you will pick it up in no time..

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    Celticpro
     
  4. tethom42

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    Thanks. Maybe I'll give it another dry. Thanks for the input.
     

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