9 Responses to “Publishing your movie with Sony Vegas Movie Studio”

  1. Keir June 28, 2011 at 2:17 pm #

    A nice guide… but all I can manage to do is save the last second – not very useful as I want to save the entire video and send it to a friend.

  2. Drew June 29, 2011 at 9:19 am #

    @Keir This is a very common problem when working with Vegas. In fact, it bites me sometimes when I am not paying attention.

    Vegas renders out the movie based upon a range of time you have selected using the “In” and “Out” points of your timeline. They refer to it as the “Loop Region”. You can recognize this range at the top of the timeline by looking for two yellow triangles with a darker gray line between them. You should see it just above the time indicator in the timeline. If the range selected is only 1 second, then that is what is rendered out as your movie. All too often for me that is the last second of my movie.

    The two easiest solutions are:
    1) before your render out your movie go to the beginning and press the “i” key to mark an in-point and go to the end of your sequence and press the “o” key to mark an out-point. This will establish a loop range of your entire sequence.
    2) Mouse over to the triangle in the loop range ribbon on the left and slide it over to the beginning of your sequence, and then select the triangle on the right and slide it to the end.

    I hope this helps you get your movie rendered out.

  3. Azad November 21, 2012 at 2:36 pm #

    I attended your Master Class yeeatrdsy and I was inspired by your photography and also your personal style. You were so endearing, that it showed me how to slow down and let my clients show me who they are. I would love to do a portrait sitting with you, but I live in California. I am from a face paced world and generation and you were a breath of fresh air. And you work is stunning. I do have to say that I can’t believe you dropped your pants. Hahaha That was some off camera flash that I didn’t expect.

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