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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 Pro 12: What’s New

    Sony Vegas Pro 12 is now available! In this version, Sony has made quite a few vital updates that definitely improve the editing workflow. Many of which are already mentioned in our previous post. Including, a few new video plug-ins and features. Some new audio and workflow updates and support for a handful of new […] More

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    Sony Vegas Pro 12 Coming Fall 2012

    Sony Software recently announced Vegas Pro 12 at IBC to be available this fall 2012. To be exact, that could be anywhere between September 22 – December 20th. With it, comes many new exciting features. One in particular is proxies. If you ever experienced any lag or choppiness during playback, the new Smart Proxy Workflow […] 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: Double Image Effect

    I recently received a request from YouTube user Music201035 on how to create this double-image effect in Sony Vegas. This basic effect is most commonly seen in music videos. Lets take a look at how to create this. Got a request? Click Request in the menu bar above and fill out the form! More

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    Sony Vegas: Surveillance Camera Effect

    Today, we’re going to take a look at turning HD footage into Surveillance Footage using Sony Vegas Pro. With the help of a few FX, we should be able to pull it off quite easily. Record your footage with the camera on a tripod. Typically, in a high corner somewhere you’d expect a surveillance camera to be. […] 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: Pole Reveal

    Ever see a cartoon or movie where a person completely hides behind a pole or thin object? We’ve all seen it at some point. Till now, it seemed impossible to do in real life but not anymore. In this tutorial, I’ll show how you can completely hide behind a thin object in Sony Vegas Pro […] More

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    Sony Vegas: Walk-By Transition

    In this tutorial, we’ll take a look at creating a walk-by transition in Sony Vegas Pro 11. Basically, we’ll have a person walk by the scene of our first shot and the video will transition to another scene as the person is walking by. This works great if you’re shooting a public scene and you […] More

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    Sony Vegas: Lens Flare Transitions

    Adding lens flares to transitions in video can really help make your video look more professional and set the mood for your scene. Recently, I got a chance to review Rody’s Lens FX and Lens FX Fantasy from RodyPolis.com. These are great stock footage lens flares that can not only be used in Sony Vegas but […] More

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    Sony Vegas: Thoughts Effect

    Have you ever heard someone thinking to themselves in a movie or TV show? Their voice tends to have some kind of echo while they’re speaking. In today’s Sony Vegas tutorial, we’ll be taking a look at how to make audio echo as if the person or in this case, animal is thinking to themselves. More

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