• Sony Vegas: Double Image Effect

    I recently received a request from YouTube user Music201035 on how to create this double-image effect in Sony Vegas. This basic effect is most commonly seen in music videos. Lets take a look at how to create this. Got a request? Click Request in the menu bar above and fill out the form! More

  • Upload Screenshots to Imgur from your Desktop

    Whether you’re experiencing computer problems or capturing high scores, you need a way to put those screenshots online for others to see. One way this can be done is by using the Snipping Tool, saving it, and uploading it somewhere online. It would be much easier if this can all be done with the click […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Surveillance Camera Effect

    Today, we’re going to take a look at turning HD footage into Surveillance Footage using Sony Vegas Pro. With the help of a few FX, we should be able to pull it off quite easily. Record your footage with the camera on a tripod. Typically, in a high corner somewhere you’d expect a surveillance camera to be. […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Sort Your Media with Bins

    Sorting media in Sony Vegas can be very helpful when trying to keep your project organized. To create a bin, Right-Click a Parent Bin and choose Create New Bin. You can rename this bin as needed. Then, you can simply drag your media from the All Media bin to your new bin. This will only create a copy of the media to the new bin meaning, you can delete footage from bins with no affect on the actual clip. More

  • Sony Vegas: Group Tracks

    You can de-clutter your Sony Vegas timeline by Grouping Tracks. Select two or more tracks to group together. Right-Click one of tracks and choose Track Group. Then, choose Group Selected Tracks. The tracks will now be grouped together and you’ll be able to close and expand the tracks in the group by clicking the Collapse/Expand Track Group button. This is especially useful for grouping similar tracks together and hide them when they’re not being worked on. More

  • Sony Vegas: Insert Time

    If you need to create space in between clips in Sony Vegas, you can do so by Inserting Time. Select where you want to insert the time and position the cursor. From the Insert menu, choose Time. In the Insert Time dialog box, enter the amount of time you want to insert and click OK.

    To delete time… More

  • Sony Vegas: Empty Events

    In the case that you need to insert an empty event in the timeline, position the cursor where you’d like to insert the event and go to Insert > Empty Event. If an area is selected, the duration of the empty event will be as long as the area selected. The same can be done in audio tracks. Empty events can be placed in areas to separate video or audio and can be used with some event FX as an overlay. More

  • Sony Vegas: Precise Selections

    To get a precise selection in Sony Vegas, hold down the Shift key and press the right or left arrow keys to select the region. This will allow you to move the selection in fine increments for those tough selections. More

  • Sony Vegas: Splitting Events

    Splitting events in Sony Vegas can be very helpful when editing. It allows you to break a single event into multiple sections that you can edit independently. Position the cursor where you want to split the event and hit the shortcut key “S” on your keyboard. This can also be done within the menu bar by going to Edit > Split. An alternative would be to hold Ctrl + Alt + Shift and click where you want to split the event. You can also hold Ctrl + Alt + Shift and drag over an event to split it at the point you click and trim it. More

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