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    How do you cut a clip and save it to put it together in a montage later. Also any good tutorials on how to use general stuff overall?

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    To cut a clip, simply locate the position and press the S key. If you then render that clip you can save it as a new one for later use.

    As for tutorials, I know people on here harp on about creativecow but I've never looked... try googling.....?

    EDIT - Just remembered.... there is a guy on YouTube who does video tuts, try searching there, but of course the best thing (and something 99% of people seem never to bother with) is to use the manual.
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    I would say more than use - read, all of it. I did ages ago and I am sure it helped me out loads. Not a praticularly exciting read but very usefull.

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    Ok I have been using the select loop region thing and rendering to new track. I can't seem to get it right using the S key. I want to select a part like maybe a 6 second clip. Is their a way to select then press S or what here. Also I have no manual, it got thrown out. BTW this is Vegas 7.0.
    thnx

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    Split out the 6 seconds you want and Copy/Paste the new split clip?

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    You've thrown the manual away? Oh my lord.

    It really is pretty simple. Click your mouse on the timeline where you want to split the clip and press the S key. Select another point and do the same. Double click the new, short piece and you'll get a region selected from the start to the end. Choose File - Render - decide what format and click Render. You'll finish up with the clip you want saved where you want for later use.

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    Ok thanks for your help. And yea I threw the box away not thinking about the manual being in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media View Post
    It really is pretty simple. Click your mouse on the timeline where you want to split the clip and press the S key. Select another point and do the same. Double click the new, short piece and you'll get a region selected from the start to the end. Choose File - Render - decide what format and click Render. You'll finish up with the clip you want saved where you want for later use.
    I've been following this thread with interest and a "Sincere Thanks" from me also. I haven't discarded my manual, but find it somewhat difficult to locate certain things I want to use. Vegas is powerful software, which just takes time to learn all the software's capabilities.

    Regards,

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