Stretchedthin, linux4me attached a good example with his screen shot. There are users who use the hole gamut of rendering options for many reasons. A workaround for something else, or for uploading reasons, or just personal preferences. Look at his example, to use a video editor such as openshot or kdenlive coming from a main stream distribution having all rendering options available and then installing the same software here in Vector only to find a good 1/3 of the rendering options unavailable just needs to be brought to the developers attention. I'm not trying to stur up any trouble please don't take my remarks the wrong way but Vector along with every other distribution will be looked at as a replacement OS, I'm not even the tip of the iceberg that will be trickling down. Its bad up top. But i can tell you when vector is looked at video editing is one of the top 5 things there going to be looking for along with ipod and smart phone support. Oh and that reminds me, I'm just noting here, my ipod gen 4 does not mount.
I'm using vector not because of distrowatch but because I've been seeing in our forums users suggesting Vector as a alternative. To be honest i never heard of Vector before. I'm using GG right now Duel booting replacement distros along with vector. There is going to be a lot of consumer shopping,is vectors shelf's stocked and ready?