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Thread: Scribble effect?

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    Default Scribble effect?

    Hey everybody,

    I am currently planning a University presentation and have been assigned the role of making a video. An idea that I have is similar to one used on 9/11 Loose Change when it shows the quotes being scribbled out as seen here (right at the beginning):

    However, I have tried searching for a tutorial to see whether this is possible and I have yet to find a result. I am just wondering whether this is possible to achieve in Sony Vegas Pro 9.0?

    Any feedback is most appreciated.


    PS. Sorry if the example does offend anybody. I know it's a controversial document but I only want to use it as an example for the text I am trying to achieve. I don't really have any interest in the 9/11 conspiracies and not all that interested in the discussions surrounding them. Just incase anybody was wondering why I was linking to it...

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    Yes you should be able to do it with Vegas Pro 9.
    1. have the text on one track
    2. have the scribble on a track above it
    3. Use a side wipe to reveal the scribble
    4. Use another wipe to remove it

    It's up to you to work out how to make it look right.

    There are other ways to do it but this is a simple way that should work.

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