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    Sony Vegas: Automatic Project Saving

    If you ever had an issue with your system which caused Sony Vegas to crash, you’ve probably already used the Automatic Project Saving feature. This feature automatically saves your project in a Temporary files folder every 5 minutes. If and when your system crashes, you will be prompted to open the backup file next time you start Sony Vegas… More

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    Sony Vegas: Timeline Position

    If you prefer to work with the timeline at the top on the main window in Sony Vegas, go to Options > Preferences. In the Display tab, un-check “Display timeline at bottom of main window”. Click Apply > OK. Your timeline will now appear at the top of the main window. If you’d like your timeline to be at the bottom of the main window, simply do the opposite. More

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    Photoshop Error: Could Not Open Scratch File

    Ever experience this error? You make some changes in the Photoshop preferences, close out and when you try opening it again, you get the error, “Could not open a scratch file because the file is locked…” This is a very simple fix. All you need to do is open Photoshop and hold Ctrl + Alt […] More