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    how can I put and video and limit the frames of the video into the "moving green object".
    like in this video:
    pause at 00:49 to see how the glasses are made. and how will the "+" markers help me?
    or do I have to do it each frame in sec fps
    Can it all be done in sony vegas?

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    This guy must really love himself to go to so much trouble for this self indulgent crap.

    Sorry I just had to get that out of my system first.

    Look up tutorials about track motion and you will see how this video took a lot longer to produce than most people would think.

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    I just checked some turtorial, and it seems that it will take alot of time.
    how will the "+" markers help me with that?
    cant sony vegas track the markers and frame the video to it?

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    I'm not familiar with this sort of thing to advise you. I just know masking you have to click around the edge of the image. You might want to look up rotoscoping as well. Vegas will do this kind of thing but it's a lot of work. After effects is more the sort of thing to use which is probably what this example was done with.

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    Personally,as Midnight suggests, I would use After Effects for this project.

    In the Visual Quickpro Guide, chapters 9 and 10 are the ones you need to know.

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    the only problem is that I dont know a thing about after effects,
    last time I used it, it took me 10 min to find wheres the play botton...

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