Sony has added quite a few improvements in Vegas Pro 12. Today, we’ll be taking a look…
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.
You can automatically preview selected clips from the Project Media window by selecting the Auto Preview button. Anytime you select a clip in the Project Media Window, it will automatically play in the Trimmer window. To turn this off, simply select the Auto Preview button again.
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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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.
In this third episode of the Vegas Pro 11 Getting Started series, We’ll take a look at the Project Media Window. More features will be shown in the next episode so be sure to stay tuned!