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    Default Adding a script to Vegas

    I have this script which I would like to install.....
    http://www.ayizwe.net/VegasScripts/matchaspect.js.txt
    Do I just copy/paste to notepad and put in the Sony script menu folder?. all the scripts that are already in the folder are .cs files. Not .txt files.??

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    This looks like Java Script. Try copy the text into notepad, and then save it as a .cs file. Then put it in the Script Menu folder.

    I don't know of it is working, but it seems the most logical solution to me.
    I'm sorry for my English. I'm from Holland

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    Yep thats my problem. I cant save it out of notepad as a .cs file. Only option I'm given is to save as .txt

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    Alright, I'm from the Netherlands so I have to translate the options in notepad.

    - Paste the script in notepad
    - Choose "save as"
    - And if I'm right there are 2 options in a pulldown menu.
    - save as textdocument (.txt)
    - save as all files, I don't know of this is translated well but that is the 2nd option under the first one.

    If you save it like that, there is no extension behind the file, so you type .cs there. (In the save screen)

    Good luck, if there are problems I here it from you.
    I'm sorry for my English. I'm from Holland

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    Quote Originally Posted by vegasarian View Post
    I have this script which I would like to install.....
    http://www.ayizwe.net/VegasScripts/matchaspect.js.txt
    Do I just copy/paste to notepad and put in the Sony script menu folder?. all the scripts that are already in the folder are .cs files. Not .txt files.??
    OK.

    Rename the file by just removing the "TXT" extension:

    So:

    matchaspect.js.txt

    becomes:

    matchaspect.js

    If you wish to activate this JS script from the Scripting Menu you need to place this "script" in the folder:

    Sony\Vegas 7.0\Script Menu

    Once you have done that you THEN need to "Rescan" the Script Menu folder by doing this:

    Tools > Scripting > Rescan Script Menu Folder

    This will then place this "Match Aspect" script there for you ON the Scripting drop down menu. Neat huh?

    You could also plop that Scripts Icon onto the Tool bar too! I have . . several on the toolbar!

    Hope this helps,

    Grazie

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    AOTTENS ...your translation was perfect. It worked a treat . ...and GRAZIE...thanks for the tip on rescan. Wasnt aware you had to do a rescan. I'm off to vasst to raid their script larder now.! Thank you both.

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