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    Say I've got one clip. Someone moving towards me, doing something, then moving away. And I want the moving towards me part fast, the doing something part in slow mo, and the moving away part fast again, would I have to split the clip into 3 and edit their velocities separately, or is there some other way of doing this?

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    Velocity Envelopes (not in Movie Studio or Platinum)
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    One salient "tip" - once done, make sure you are showing the CORRECT Event length, meaning ALL of the Event.

    Reason: As we apply VeloEnvels we are, in essence, changing the overall time-space of that Event. As this is true we must make sure that ALL the Event length is now being displayed correctly.

    So, what we need to do is:

    EITHER, if the not ALL the Event is being revealed, grab the end of the event and pull to the right ( or from the front and pull to the left) . . .

    OR if you see the event literally repeating ( 'cos now we have altered it so much that it actually contains/dictates LESS of the Event timespace) fold-back the Event to its repeat "Notch". And again, you can do this from the IN or from the OUT of the Event.

    Grazie

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    Oh yeah, I forgot to mention I'm using Sony Vegas here, if that helps you to help me at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJDaveX View Post
    Oh yeah, I forgot to mention I'm using Sony Vegas here, if that helps you to help me at all
    Vegas what?

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    Pro 8.0

    Nevermind though, I've figured it out. You double click the velocity line.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJDaveX View Post
    Pro 8.0

    Nevermind though, I've figured it out. You double click the velocity line.
    For what? Adding a Point?

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