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    How to Make Portrait Video Look Appealing

    In this video, I’ll demonstrate how you can make portrait or standard video (most commonly taken from cell phones), look more appealing in Sony Vegas. You will notice this effect commonly used in news and daytime talk shows. Not only will it work for cell phone video but it can also be used for any standard video that you need […] More

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    How to Deinterlace in Photoshop

    When you shoot interlaced video such as 60i (Interlaced Frames Per Second), the camera creates half frames which are used to create one full frame during playback. This looks fine on old CRT TV’s because they used lines. Newer displays use pixels making the interlaced video quite noticeable. The purpose of interlacing is to double the frame rate of video […] More

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    Split Screen in Sony Vegas

      In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to simply split two videos side by side in Sony Vegas. We’ll use the Event Pan/Crop tool to create a one-time preset which can be used for all videos. Works for 1080p and 720p video sizes + more. Video Tutorial Feel free to let me know if […] More

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    Animate Lines in Sony Vegas

    In this tutorial, we will be taking a look at how you can animate things with the use of gradient wipes in Sony Vegas Pro 12. This can be used for animating lines, writing text, etc. without the need to keyframe anything at all. This does require a photo editor, which for this I used […] More

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    BIPOLAND – Matty Brown

    Matty Brown’s tribute to Poland, its people, and the ones who perished in World War II.  Edited with Sony Vegas and shot on the handheld Canon 7D. Loved the effect at around 0:50 seconds where the photo fades in on the fence post during the camera pan. Amazing work, inspiring! See all Matty Brown’s work here. My […] More

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    Frame Jitter Effect in Sony Vegas

    The other day, I came across the “No Love” music video by Eminem and noticed an effect in the video showing this choppy low frame rate effect. I became intrigued and wanted to try this in Sony Vegas. In this series of tutorials, I will take a look at various effects in commercials, music videos, […] More

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    Overlay Firework Footage (Video Tip)

    Did you happen to capture all those fireworks this past Fourth of July? With the recent celebration of Independence Day here in America, we had a great chance to once again capture all those stunning fireworks in the sky. Unfortunately for me, as much as I wished to had captured them, I was the one lighting […] More

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    Music Video Flicker Effect

    We’ve all seen it at least once. You watch a music video and one of the effects you see is a strobe like frame by frame flash that goes to the beat. As requested, we’ll be taking a look at how to do just that in Vegas Pro 12. We’ll be using general features not […] More

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    Photoshop CS6: Original Filter Menu

    By default, you may or may not see all the filters available in Photoshop CS6. Let’s bring them all back in the Preferences. In Windows, go to Edit > Preferences > Plug-Ins Mac: Photoshop > Preferences > Plug-Ins Be sure “Show all Filter Gallery groups and names” is checked. Click OK. You should now have all […] More

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