Yeah, this thread is what let me know it actually exists. It looks like they’re going to a similar subscription model to what Adobe used – older versions were a perpetual license, but if you want to upgrade, you need to go to subscription. It could well be t hat you can still use an older version on a perpetual license.
Having said that, it is worth checking out Vegas. If you’re prepared to go a version or two back, Steam frequently has specials on previous versions, and that can work quite well because basic general-purpose video editing is something they’ve had more or less right for a while. Aside from better support for higher resolution formats, the changes tend to be reasonably trivial so it can be a way to get a solid video editor on the cheap.
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