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Adjusting the speed of clips in Vegas Studio HD 11 is both simple and counterintuitive. It can be difficult to understand at first, but with practice it will make sense. One thing you will discover about speed effects in Vegas is that when you change the speed of a clip it continues to occupy the […]

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Text and Backgrounds From the View menu, choose Media Generators to toggle the display of the Media Generators window. You can use this window to add text, titles, backgrounds, and other generated media. The left pane lists each of the available media generators, and the thumbnail images in the right pane represent each of the […]

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Video Effects (FX) From the View menu, choose Video FX to toggle the display of the Video FX window. The left pane lists each of the available video effects, and the thumbnail images in the right pane represent each of the existing presets for the selected effect. Hover your cursor over a preset to see […]

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Creating a Dissolve (Vegas Studio HD 11 calls it a crossfade) 1. Check in the tool ribbon at the top of the application window to see that Automatic Crossfades has been enabled. 2. Drag an event on the right to overlap an event on the left. A dissolve looks like an “X” on top of […]

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Managing Video Tracks and Layers with Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD 11   Once you have your base layer of video and audio inserted into your sequence you may want to use additional footage above your primary video layer to illustrate a point or create a mood. To accomplish this you may want your original […]

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How to edit in the timeline   You will need at least one media clip in the Project Media Window. We will be moving video from the “Project Media” window down into the area in the bottom half of the screen, referred to as the timeline. This process of editing is a lot like moving […]

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Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD is a non-linear video and audio editing system. This application is designed specifically for Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7. All of the products in the Vegas software family make it relatively easy to import and edit movies, images, and music so you can quickly start your project or […]

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