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Sony Vegas: Ghost Effect

Halloween is just about here! To celebrate, let’s give some attention to our see through friends. I’ll take you through the steps it takes for making it appear as if a ghost is in your video. Who knows? You may even catch a real ghost in the process!

Vegas Pro 12: Project Interchange

Let’s take a look at how importing and exporting projects has changed in Sony Vegas 12. With Sony’s latest update, they introduced Project-Interchange tools allowing you to exchange projects with other popular editing platforms. A few new protocols were added to the list.

Vegas Pro 12: Match Project Settings

Sony Vegas Pro 12 has made it easier for you to match your project video properties to a video clip. When first adding a video clip to the timeline, a prompt will appear asking if you’d like to match the project video settings to the media. You can also right-click a video clip in the Project Media window and choose Match Project Video Settings from the shortcut menu.

Sony Vegas: Quickly Select Entire Project

To quickly select the entire duration of a project in Sony Vegas, simply Double-Click the Marker Bar. All events and portions of events within the selection are highlighted. Especially useful when selecting a region for rendering.

Sony Vegas: Paste Multiple Times at Once

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.