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10.0b (Dec 31, 2010)
Sony is unable to make the version 10 stable on windows 7. Users using Windows 7 as a platform should use Sony Vegas 9.0e which is the latest stable version for Windows 7. Apart from that Sony Vegas Pro is a very versatile program and lets me work with files of different format from Nokia and Android phones to Panasonic/Sony/sanyo/samsung cameras and video cams, and gulps down file formats Adobe Premiere could only dream of! Just Brilliant as long as it is stable. Let us jump version 10 and await for an stable version for 64bit Windows 7
16.0 RC2 (Sep 5, 2009)
The program crashes a lot. It can't handle large collections, it does not give the opportunity to sort by bitrate, it isn't very technical, and why do I need a loan manager? The best thing about this program is that when I uninstalled it, it still left 3753 entries in my registry for revouninstaller to delete.
Suits you if you still have vinyl and you lend your records out on a daily basis and you do not know your friends or who you lend them to..
Stick to Winamps library,
220.127.116.11 Build 20090706 (Aug 15, 2009)
Media player classic and MPC home theater are the absolute best media player in the world by the moment. An old PC and this player is all you need for your living room media center!
But.. Why would you want to make something that is compatible wit Windows 2000? How many people in the world runs that 10 year old OS?
Why not call it Media Player Clasic for Windows 7/8 and XP?
1.9 Build 14470 Beta (Feb 6, 2009)
Don't bother developing for Vista
Vista will die immediately after Windows 7 is released, and if anyone still uses Vista in July this year it's a world sensation
2007 SP1 (18.104.22.168) (May 19, 2008)
VMWare Workstation Rages way beyond this software. The servicepack does not make it any better. The question is the same as it is for Vista, Why would anyone use Vista or Virtual PC?