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  1. Member Knightmessenger's Avatar
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    So I'm finally ready to resume video editing with a new computer that should handle stuff way better than last time. Back then I used Sony Vegas 4.0 which I liked and now have a lot of editing projects I would like to either finalize or re-render or maybe even remaster the footage some day.

    But I'm worried about compatibility issues. Can I even run/install version 4.0 on a new windows 10 computer? Can I update the existing files to a newer version without losing anything and keeping the edits, dissolves in place?
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    There is a free time-limited trial version available on the manufacturer's site.
    "Highly recommended to check compatibility with your system and to avoid disappointment in case you dislike any new features or restrictions."
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    Is there a way to check compatibility with certain versions before installing it? If I run a trial version and I don't like how it works, does uninstalling it revert everything?

    I also have version 11 but never got around to installing it because I was worried about this same issue. Perhaps that could help too.
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