Hi, I'm new to this forum and hope that you can give me some information. Have not been able to find my problem in search.
I have downloaded the Trial Version (would like to buy when I learn to use it better) of “Vegas Movie Studio HD 11.0” and I'm running Win7 64 bit with plenty of hard drive space. My DV Camera is hooked up with Fire wire.
The home movie is captured. It is located in the Sony Vegas Folder with the .vf extension. There are about 25 clips in the library which I need to drag into the time line.
Is there a way to “batch drag” all of them into the time line? When I try to do it clip by clip, there are big spaces between each clip and the clips are mostly so narrow that it's impossible for me to see exactly what they are. Also, I'm worried that I won't be able to keep them in sequence.
There are so many tutorials on UTube but they don't explain about how to get the clips correctly into the time line. It's probably too simple for an explanation and I just don't understand it.
At this point, I would just like to make a simple movie without a lot of special effects. Vegas Movie Studio seems to do so much more of what I'm capable of at this time.
Also, when I try to open the movie which is now located on my hard drive (.vf) ,it will not play in Win.Media Player.
I don't know if this is normal.... Have spent a lot of time trying to figure all of it out....
So, if anybody would give me some help, I would appreciate it very much.