• Sony Vegas: Solo Tracks

    Soloing tracks or singling out tracks in Sony Vegas is easy. Click the exclamation point (Solo) button in the track header for a selected track you want to single out or Solo. That track will be the only one visible. You can also Solo additional tracks to single out a group of tracks. To remove a track from the solo group, click the Solo button again… More

  • Independence Day Fireworks

    Independence Day is just about here in America and I wanted to share some of my favorite firework photos from the past years a day early. If you have any photos you’d like to share, please link them in the comments below! Also be sure to check out some of the tutorials I posted below […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Sync Cursor

    While animating keyframes in Sony Vegas, you can synchronize the cursor positions on the main timeline and Keyframe Controller timeline. To do this, simply select the Sync Cursor button. If you move the cursor in either window, it’ll automatically position itself in both timelines. Select it again, to turn it off. More

  • Sony Vegas: Quickly Duplicate Keyframes

    Quickly duplicate keyframes in Sony Vegas by holding Ctrl while dragging an existing keyframe. Normally, you’d right-click and choose Copy or use the good ‘ol Ctrl-C, Ctrl-V commands. More

  • Sony Vegas: Remove from Group

    A quick way to un-link your tracks in Sony Vegas is to use the shortcut key “U“. This is especially useful when you need to un-group audio or video to move them around separately. Normally, you’d right-click the clip and choose, Group > Remove From. More

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    Sony Vegas: Add Transition to Multiple Events

    You may come across a time where you want to add a certain transition to multiple clips in your timeline. To add a transition to multiple clips at once, Select all the clips you’d like to apply a transition to. Find the transition in the Transitions Window and drag your chosen transition down to one of the selected clips. All the selected clips should now have the added transition.

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    After Effects: Shy Layers

    Working in After Effects, you’re bound to having many layers in your composition. Why not make life easier by hiding certain layers like lights or cameras, so you can work only on the layers you need. Just mark all the layers you want to hide as Shy by clicking the Shy Icon next to the layers name. Then, toggle between hiding or showing all shy layers by clicking the Shy Layers composition switch at the top of the Timeline panel.

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  • Sony Vegas: Manage Window Layouts

    Do you have a particular layout you like working with in Sony Vegas? Did you know you can save those layouts and come back to them later? Feel free to move all the windows around to your liking and go to View > Window Layouts > Save Layout As and give it a name. Once saved, you can come back to any layout by going to View > Window Layouts and choosing your saved layout or using the assigned shortcut key. This is especially useful when you use different layouts for video editing, sound editing or even color correcting. More

  • Sony Vegas: Thoughts Effect

    Have you ever heard someone thinking to themselves in a movie or TV show? Their voice tends to have some kind of echo while they’re speaking. In today’s Sony Vegas tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at how to make audio echo as if the person or in this case, animal is thinking to themselves. More

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