MAGIX Vegas Pro Alternatives for Linux
Kdenlive is a non linear video editor. It is based on the MLT framework and accepts many audio and video formats, allows you to add effects, transitions and render into the format of your choice.
- - Kdenlive is the most popular Windows, Mac & Linux alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro.
- - Kdenlive is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro.
Comments about Kdenlive as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
I think Kdenlive is one of the best because it's just like Vegas Pro. I don't think I can sentence mix in it. I'll try doing that later.0
Best Sony Vegas alternative. Too bad it has only 1 Windows release currently and it's still in developement2
the program is prone to unexpected crashes.0
Great alternative to Vegas if you're on Linux0
Great alternative to Vegas if you're switching to Linux-2
Shotcut is a free, open source, cross-platform, non-linear video editor.
Comments about Shotcut as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
Shotcut is an AMAZING video editing software. I used Vegas 16 and later Shotcut. The workflow is very similar. Great alternative to Vegas.1
Workflow is similar enough to Vegas that it's relatively easy to get accustomed to meanwhile it provides core features like composite blends and keyframe animation. Development is active so it continues to advance.5
Wow, it's has the same workflow as sony vegas, not that much memory usage, very fast (I tried openshot, lol what a joke, it was terrible to do edit on it, and I was at 8GB/8GB memory ...)5
it functions very similarly to vegas, but the preview is laggy and some effects will freeze the program.0
DaVinci Resolve combines the world’s most advanced color corrector with professional multi-track editing, so now you can edit, color correct, finish and deliver all from one system!.
- - DaVinci Resolve is the most popular iPad alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro.
DaVinci Resolve Features
Comments about DaVinci Resolve as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
This really better than Sony Vegas1
Excellent! You have a free and a paid version. Good alternative, has got many useful features.0
Pick a reason why you want to report DaVinci Resolve, Try to provide any extra info that could be relevant, like links to more info and similar. The program does not work properly on Linux. Very few video formats are accepted. You have to convert your recorded videos into a format suitable for DaVinci Resolve. This is annoying and ultimately costs more storage space. I prefer to use Kdenlive on Linux.-1
the free download requires an obscene amount of personal information to be inputted; you can put bogus information but it's still very intrusive. after downloading and installing on linux mint, it looked like it was not compatible with the os at all; it wouldn't run.0
Does not support MP4 or MVC0
Olive is a free non-linear video editor aiming to provide a fully-featured alternative to high-end professional video editing software.
Olive Video Editor Features
Comments about Olive Video Editor as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
Olive is currently not very feature packed, but is still a great editor and is much more stable than Vegas or Kdenlive.1
foss, lightweight, versatile0
by far the closest in functionality to vegas and after effects, including a graph editor, a precomp function ("nested sequences") and similar keyframing. however it is missing layer blend modes, the rich text editor is broken, and renders are lossy, even in .avi format.0
Very "fast" compared to other alternatives-1
OpenShot is a free and open-source video editor for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Chrome OS, designed to be easy to use and quick to learn.
Comments about OpenShot as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
Hardly any features. When I try to zoom into the timeline, it just unzooms. Extremely annoying. Forced to switch to Kdenlive!2
openshot is not capable of the same kind of keyframing and effects as vegas. it is functional for video editing but is more useful for slideshows. a vegas user might find it hard to do their work in this program0
OpenShot is not a good alternative. It needs Inkscape and Blender for text, chroma key dosen't work... It's an mess!
Laggy and clunky GUI. only recommended for 12 year olds trying to start a youtube channel0
Awful light mode, sloppily working chroma key effect, confusing way to move images. Overall, OpenShot isn't really good.2
Free video editor with a beautiful and intuitive user interface, a clean codebase and a fantastic community.
Comments about PiTiVi as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
pitivi can be used for video editing, but the keyframes don't quite work like in vegas and the preview playback has considerable lag0
Lightworks is an editing powerhouse, delivering unparalleled speed and flexibility, fully integrated with the other members of the Complete Collaboration family.
Comments about Lightworks as a Alternative to MAGIX Vegas Pro
Good enough for Linux, when you get the user effects on the forums.1
Far more difficut than Sony Vegas. Also, the free verson requires a registration process.2