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    How to Deinterlace in Photoshop

    When you shoot interlaced video such as 60i (Interlaced Frames Per Second), the camera creates half frames which are used to create one full frame during playback. This looks fine on old CRT TV’s because they used lines. Newer displays use pixels making the interlaced video quite noticeable. The purpose of interlacing is to double the frame rate of video […] More

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    Fix Frame Ghosting in Sony Vegas

    In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at how to disable the Smart Resample feature in Sony Vegas to prevent ghosting. Have you ever noticed after you import certain clips in your timeline, there’s a ghosting effect much like the image above? This happens when you import footage into your timeline that has a different frame […] More

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    Split Screen in Sony Vegas

      In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to simply split two videos side by side in Sony Vegas. We’ll use the Event Pan/Crop tool to create a one-time preset which can be used for all videos. Works for 1080p and 720p video sizes + more. Video Tutorial Feel free to let me know if […] More

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    Animate Lines in Sony Vegas

    In this tutorial, we will be taking a look at how you can animate things with the use of gradient wipes in Sony Vegas Pro 12. This can be used for animating lines, writing text, etc. without the need to keyframe anything at all. This does require a photo editor, which for this I used […] More

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    Sony Vegas: Fade Type

    When applying fades to video or audio in Sony Vegas, you may need to adjust the speed of the fade. To adjust the Fade Type, right-click the fade and under Fade Type adjust the curve of the fade. You can also right-click when hovering over the fade offset to bring up the Fade Type menu directly. Different types of curves will give different fade speeds so be sure to experiment with the different fade types. More

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    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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    Photoshop: Mosaic with Multiple Photos

    In this Photoshop CS5 tutorial, I explain the way I’ve found to create a mosaic out of multiple photos. If you find an easier way of doing this in Photoshop, please let me know in the comments! Alternative Mosaic Software: http://j.mp/wDPE83 Twitter: “@robsproductions” http://twitter.com/robsproductions Facebook: http://fb.me/robertsproductions New Forum: https://www.robertsproductions.net/forum Music: Klaypex More