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    Default Best Practice for Managing Files in Sony Vegas 9

    I have recently started working with Sony Vegas for my productions and have come up with a lot of detailed FX (using track motion) and transitions etc.
    My question is - what is the best practice to work on a new project while keeping in mind that I will be using a lot of the same effects that I have programmed?

    I hope I make sense - in essence, I would love to learn the right way of setting up a project, especially with file management. Is there a file management system built into Vegas 9?
    Can anyone give me some tips - that would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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    You can save an FX or transition that you create by clicking on the save as button and it will be there along with the other FXs but the only way of saving track motion information is by using the .veg file that you made during the project, as far as I know. Is that what you mean ?

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