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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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    Photoshop CS6: Original Filter Menu

    By default, you may or may not see all the filters available in Photoshop CS6. Let’s bring them all back in the Preferences. In Windows, go to Edit > Preferences > Plug-Ins Mac: Photoshop > Preferences > Plug-Ins Be sure “Show all Filter Gallery groups and names” is checked. Click OK. You should now have all […] More

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    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. More

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    Sony Vegas: Draw Envelope Points

    To quickly adjust envelopes in Sony Vegas, you can draw envelope points freehand using the Envelope Brush. With the Normal Edit or Envelope tool active, hover over an envelope. Hold Shift to display the Envelope Brush cursor. As you drag the cursor along the track, a trail of envelope points are created. When you release the mouse button, the points will remain. 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: Velocity Envelope

    Velocity Envelopes can be used to speed up, slow-down, and freeze video in Sony Vegas. To use a velocity envelope, right-click a video event and choose Insert/Remove Envelope > Velocity. Drag the envelope up to increase the clip speed or down to decrease the speed. Drag it to 0% and the clip will freeze. Setting it to a negative value will cause the clip to play in reverse. Double-click to add anchor points to speed or slow down the clip at different points. More

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    Photoshop: New Layer Below

    One little function that can be easily overlooked in Photoshop is the ability to create a new layer below the current layer. Normally, one would simply click the Create a New Layer icon (Ctrl+Shift+N) to add a new layer above the current layer. To add a new layer below the current layer, hold Ctrl while clicking the New Layer icon. More

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    Sony Vegas: Sort Your Media with Bins

    Sorting media in Sony Vegas can be very helpful when trying to keep your project organized. To create a bin, Right-Click a Parent Bin and choose Create New Bin. You can rename this bin as needed. Then, you can simply drag your media from the All Media bin to your new bin. This will only create a copy of the media to the new bin meaning, you can delete footage from bins with no affect on the actual clip. More

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    Sony Vegas: Group Tracks

    You can de-clutter your Sony Vegas timeline by Grouping Tracks. Select two or more tracks to group together. Right-Click one of tracks and choose Track Group. Then, choose Group Selected Tracks. The tracks will now be grouped together and you’ll be able to close and expand the tracks in the group by clicking the Collapse/Expand Track Group button. This is especially useful for grouping similar tracks together and hide them when they’re not being worked on. More

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    Sony Vegas: Insert Time

    If you need to create space in between clips in Sony Vegas, you can do so by Inserting Time. Select where you want to insert the time and position the cursor. From the Insert menu, choose Time. In the Insert Time dialog box, enter the amount of time you want to insert and click OK.

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