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Humble Bundle is probably best known for letting you pick your price for bundles of video games, eBooks, or digital comics. But every now and then the company throws together a software bundle and right now there’s a doozy of a sale going on.

For $25 you can pick up 6 powerful audio and video editing tools from Magix. That includes Vegas Pro 15 Edit, Vegas Movie Studio 15, Sound Forge Audio Studio 12, and HitFilm Movie Essentials.

Vegas Pro 15 Edit alone had a list price of $399 when it launched a little over a year ago.

Note that all of the software in this bundle is Windows-only.

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7 replies on “Daily Deals (12-12-2018)”

  1. Newegg is having 12% off on the 2.5″ 1TB MX500 SSD, which makes it $119 only.

  2. As a professional, what are your thoughts on Vegas versus the competition?

    1. I’d hardly call myself a pro when it comes to video editing. I’ve been using DaVince Resolve a bit recently. It’s free and it’s powerful… but it’s also a bit of a resource hog. For $25, I’m thinking of picking up this bundle to give it a try — Vegas used to be a well-regarded Sony product before it was sold to Magix a few years back and I’ve heard good things. Resolve is probably better, but Vegas might be more user friendly and/or run better on less powerful hardware.

    2. I’m way tired of “software” that turns out to be a trial edition or client for some backend server across the ‘net. Is this bundle all full-version, local-running, standalone software?

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