Sony Vegas has a variety of Paste options. One of which, allows you to Paste an event multiple times at once. Once the event you’d like to duplicate is copied, go to the Edit menu and choose Paste Repeat (Ctrl+B). The Paste Repeat dialog box appears. In the Number of times to paste box, enter the desired number of times you’d like to paste the event. Then, choose an option from the Paste Spacing settings. End to End will simply paste the events one right after the other. Setting Even Spacing will allow you to set a time spacing in between each pasted event. More
In Sony Vegas, you can quickly rotate multiple files in the Project Media window. Simply select all the images needing to be rotated in the Project Media Window. Right-Click a selected file and choose either Rotate 90° Clockwise or Rotate 90° Counterclockwise from the shortcut menu. This is especially useful when portrait images are imported as landscapes and need to be rotated in the correct orientation. More
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.
In this tutorial, I show how to open multiple images in a single document quicker using Bridge in Photoshop CS5. More