Posts Tagged "sony vegas"
Watermarking your video is a simple way to ensure your creative masterpiece does not get ripped off when you upload it to the Internet. The process of creating a watermark is typically very simple, but the exact steps can vary depending on what video editing software you use. Here are the step by step instructions for creating a watermarked video in Sony Vegas.
We talked last week about how to create a split screen in Final Cut Pro, but we know a lot of our readers are Sony Vegas users, so we didn’t want to leave you out! Here are the step by step instructions for creating a split screen effect in Sony Vegas. It is really easy!
Have you been thinking about buying a new video editing program, but have no idea where to start? Well, you’re in luck! We’ve taken a lot of the work out of hunting for the perfect program!
Here are step by step instructions for using track matte video transitions in Sony Vegas:
Picking the right video editing software is no easy task, and it can definitely be a big investment. If you’re looking for a professional quality editing system, there are a few top contenders for you to consider. Here are our opinions on today’s best video editing software:
You don’t have to have a Hollywood budget to create stellar special effects in your projects. Alpha channel footage is a really simple way to add some wow-factor to your video. Alpha channels allow you to maintain a layer of transparency in your videos so your effect can float seamlessly over your project. As a result, you can make things explode, you can light things on fire, or even make it rain. Here is how you can use an alpha channel video using Sony Vegas:
There is a lot of new hype out there about RED footage. But what is it? And how can you use it? Here is a quick briefing on the key concepts of the RED world.
There are tons of different file formats for video out there, but how do you know you have the one that will work with your software?
We’ve compiled a list to make sure you know which formats are supported by some of today’s most popular editing and presentation programs.
Lower third graphics are an easy way to add extra information to your video. Most video editing software have a built in graphic generator that you could use to build lower thirds, but they are often very limiting and do not yield professional results.
Using a green screen is a fast and easy way to come up with some really creative video. It is very simple to do using Sony Vegas’ chroma key tool. Here are the steps: