Vegas, one of the products of Sony Creative Software, is one of the software offered for video and audio editing. One of the software that most of the video professionals would have because of the editing tools the software offers. You would be able to edit videos to have the perfect feel with Sony Vegas. Some software also have that capacity but Sony Vegas has a bit of leverage compared to them.
The interface may be quite confusing for new users at first but with continuous use of the software it becomes easier unlike other applications that need a lot of time to get used to.
They offers a lot of features that is good for the revision of videos but that does not stop from there. The software (May it be the Pro version or the Platinum one) can also be used for creating Intros. You may think that it would probably be hard creating one in Sony Vegas and you may also think that it is much better to use Flash software than using Sony Vegas for those kinds of projects since flash software were always the ones being used when creating intros for videos. But that I prove wrong since many of the video editors (freelance or not) use Sony Vegas to create video intros which could par with those created in some flash software.
A lot of professional video editors using the software have managed to use the software in a different way. They managed to use some (if not many) of the plug-ins already available in the software to produce Video intros that could match ones which were produced by using flash software. Some of the plug-ins in the software (ultimately the Transitions plug-in) would only tear down the quality of the intro video clips created but they still do manage to use it properly to create even better clips compared to some of the videos they make without them. You would say that the software is not capable of video creation without the use of raw material. That may be true but when it comes to creating intros, the plug-ins in Sony Vegas would be more than enough to do the job.