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    hey guys,

    im new to this forum but ive been using sony vegas for a bit now but im just doing the same old thing everytime and i was wondering if any of you knew any sites which could helo me expand my knowlege of sony vegas and get some new ideas.

    cheers

    Ben

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    I think you really have to just watch other stuff and gain inspiration from that. I'm always discecting what I watch on TV and in movies in my mind and wondering how to emulate stuff in Vegas. Most things can be done, you just have to spot something and have a go at it.

    Anything specific in mind?

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    i know that but i meant is there anywhere on the net which would tell me some tips and tricks about vegas?

    like effects and stuff

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    A look down the questions on here will tell you an enormous amount. All sorts of questions get asked, and pretty much all get answered. Have a browse....

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    Quote Originally Posted by paradox View Post
    im new to this forum but ive been using sony vegas for a bit now but im just doing the same old thing everytime and i was wondering if any of you knew any sites which could helo me expand my knowlege of sony vegas and get some new ideas.
    I get a lot of ideas from this guy on YouTube, who is a firm believer in Vegas:



    Stay Creative,
    Tom

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    ho do you make the red part which comes up and tels you there name on this video ?


    cheers

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    What you need to search on is "Lower Thirds"
    Tim

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    Paradox & Tim

    Iím sorry, it was late last night when I made my previous posting, concerning YouTube and I posted the wrong URL. The correct URL is Doctor Digitalís instruction videos located at this URL:



    Sorry for the trouble,
    TA

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    The general advice I would give is just experiment, lots. There aint no quick fix to getting the hang of vegas.

    The track motion tool is very usefull, play around with that. Also remember that tracks st the top of the editing window will appear on top of those underneath.

    Play around with the effects to see what they do. Get your head around keyframes, this is very powerffull and how most cool things are done. They set a point where the settings of a certain effect or trackmotion setting can be adjusted, add another further along and vegas will smoothly move from one setting to the next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TDA-Digital View Post
    Paradox & Tim

    Iím sorry, it was late last night when I made my previous posting, concerning YouTube and I posted the wrong URL.
    Not at all. I found the link last night and his advice is very useful Thanks
    Tim

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