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Thread: Apply transition to multiple tracks in Vegas Pro 8?

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    Default Apply transition to multiple tracks in Vegas Pro 8?

    I am doing some titles in my new movie, and I want to do transitions between the two titles (namely - pixellate)

    However, some of the title sections consist of multiple tracks.

    Is it possible to "merge" (Like doing a "Merge Down" in Photoshop I suppose) multiple tracks without rendering out? I saw some option for tracks "Compositing child" and "Compositing parent" but that didn't seem to do anything.

    Anyone know a way to treat multiple tracks as one for the purposes of a transition?

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    This is a Job for "Nest-Man"! - Seriously? This is exactly what VEgas Nesting was meant to do. Since V7 we have been able to treat Veg files AS straight media. Meaning one can fold-in, insert, colour correct whatever . . a Veg file AS you would with an Event.

    1] Save your 2 existing regions/areas of titles as 2 veggies Veg project - MyVegProj1 AND MyVegProj2

    2] Open a New Veg and import/insert MyVegProj1 - it will come in as a single track PROXY file - do the same i the new veg with MyVegProj2

    3] Overlap them and add the transition between them as you wish! - Done!

    Multi track nesting? - Totally awesome!!

    Grazie

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