• Sony Vegas: Highlight Timeline Events

    When you have a full timeline in Sony Vegas, it can get hard to find certain clips. If you want to find a particular clip that’s currently in the Project Media Window in the Timeline, Right-click that clip and choose Select Timeline Events. If you want to find a clip that’s currently in the Timeline in the Project Media Window, Right-click that clip and choose Select in Project Media List. This will highlight the selected clips in either of the windows. You can select more than one clip if necessary.
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  • Sony Vegas: Revert to Default Window Layout

    Ever accidentally close out of a vital window you need to edit with in Sony Vegas? I get asked frequently how to get certain windows back such as the Preview Window or Project Media Window. To Revert back to the Default Window Layout, Go to View > Window Layouts > Default Layout (Alt+D, D). Everything should now be back to normal. More

  • Sony Vegas: Override Window Docking

    When moving dialogue windows around in Sony Vegas, they start docking in place. Overtime, this may get frustrating because the window isn’t positioning exactly where you want it to go. To stop this behavior from happening, hold Ctrl while dragging the window. It will move freely and no longer dock in place. More

  • Sony Vegas: Assign Track Colors

    You can assign colors to each track in Sony Vegas. Simply Right-Click the track header area and choose Track Display Color. Then, choose from one of the eight colors. This is especially useful when you need to assign the same colors to multiple tracks that are similar, like a composite of a lower third for […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Full Timeline View

    Whether you’re working on a small screen or large screen, sometimes you might still want to fully expand the timeline to view all your edits and tracks. If you press F11 on your keyboard, this will hide everything but the timeline. Still not enough? Press Ctrl+F11 and this will hide everything along with the track […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Video Preview Overlays

    Some TVs may cut out portions of text or video when being played back. Especially older TVs. To make sure all your text/objects are seen, you can turn on Video Preview Overlays. In the Preview Window, simply click the Overlays button to turn on and toggle through the different overlays. In this case, I’d turn […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Assign Track Names

    Did you know you can assign names to tracks in Vegas Pro? Often overlooked, there’s a small area where you can input text on each track. Simply double-click this blank area called the Scribble Strip and type in any name for that track. Once done, press Enter to save the name. If you don’t see […] More

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    Sony Vegas: Remove Unused Media

    Cluttered Project Media window? Need to clean house? Click the Remove All Unused Media from Project button to remove all media that have not been used in the timeline. More

  • Sony Vegas: Stabilize Footage

    Shaky footage in your timeline? Vegas Pro has the ability to help stabilize video by using the Stabilize plug-in. Simply select the video you want to stabilize. From the Tools menu, choose Video and choose Media FX. Choose Sony Stabilize from the Plugin Chooser and select one of the presets or adjust the settings as […] More

  • Sony Vegas: Stop Media Settings Pop-Up

    When adding media such as transitions to the timeline, you’re always greeted with a Media Settings pop-up. You’ve most likely already found that don’t always need to adjust these settings every time. To stop them from popping up, simply hold the “Shift” key while adding media to the timeline. (View Tutorial) More

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