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    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

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    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

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    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