Yeah . . . well sure one can do intercuts like this. Not a problem. It's just so friggin' tediooooous - But really? This kinda work needs a Vegas plugin to do it . . hold on . . . ? Maybe there is?!??
"What's that you say Skippy? There is? It's located near the atomic mine shaft Outlet - and it's about to blow?!? OMG!?!? RUN for the Friggin hills .. " . . ahem . . .
I've been using this fresh-in-the-marketplace Plug for Vegas ( officially called a Command Extension . . o .. k .. . ) in my last two projects - TOTAL MAYHEM! Woah!!!!!! - Comes with a 5-STAR Grazie recom.
WARNING: This s/w is completely totally addictive . . love it! - It's what the marriage/conjunction of Vegas and its powerful scripting engine can do when in the hands of a couple of creatives like Johnny "Roy" Rofrano and Douglas Spotted Eagle, the authors - nice one Boyz!
Now something that is almost the Front-End of Vegas allowing us to manipulate the Plug to do the creative work. Mayhem is little more than an Earthquake in terms of its value to Vegas. Now, hopefully, Johnny & Douglas have shown the way forward to "other" programmers to come out with even more creative tools for Vegas.
Hi, I'm one of the authors of Mayhem. As Grazie points out Mayhem is a Vegas command extension and can be found under View | Extensions | Mayhem 1.0. You can dock it in a window like all of the other Vegas windows so that you can keep it open as you work with it.
Just select the track that you want to affect, make a timeline selection for the duration of the effect and press the Process button. Mayhem will cut the video up into small pieces and scramble them around. If you don't like the result, press Ctrl+Z to undo, select a different preset and apply it again. You can save your own presets too. The Trial is fully functional for 15 days.