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2013
Lynda.com
Steve Grisetti
04:33:00
English
Learning to edit video professionally or to cut your own projects together? Get to know Sony Vegas Pro. In these tutorials, film and television industry veteran Steve Grisetti walks you through the entire Vegas workflow. Learn to import media from a variety of locations; edit clips in the Timeline; edit and enhance audio, including voice-over narration; and add effects to enhance the color, mood, and drama of your movie. You'll also find out how to add titles, apply transitions between scenes, chroma key, add animations such as pans and scrolls, and crop footage for maximum impact.
Topics include:
- Setting up a new Vegas project
- Importing video from a camera
- Managing files in the Project Media panel
- Pre-applying stabilization
- Adding and trimming events on the Timeline
- Editing a multicamera scene
- Adding fade-ins, fade-outs, and cross-fade transitions
- Editing audio
- Using the Chroma Keyer effect
- Adding a rolling or scrolling title
- Creating animated effects
- Outputting your final video

0. Introduction
Welcome 59s
Using the exercise files 1m 16s
1. Getting to Know Sony Vegas Pro 18m 40s
Touring the workspace 7m 36s
Saving and restoring window layouts 2m 50s
Looking at the tools and views on the Preview window 8m 14s
2. Starting a New Project 7m 37s
Setting up a new Vegas project 4m 54s
Changing project properties midproject 2m 43s
3. Add and Organize Media 40m 14s
Capturing video from miniDV and HDV camcorders 8m 11s
Batch capturing from tape-based camcorders 5m 21s
Importing video from a storage drive camcorder 4m 33s
Importing media already on your computer 5m 59s
Creating titles and specialized media with media generators 5m 43s
Managing files in the Project Media panel 6m 28s
Pre-applying stabilization to a video 3m 59s
4. Preparing and Editing Your Media 57m 50s
Pretrimming and saving subclips with the Trimmer 5m 6s
Preparing media files in the Trimmer 4m 7s
Adding and trimming events on your timeline 6m 7s
Understanding Auto Ripple settings 4m 18s
Playing and arranging your timeline 7m 48s
Using the Time Stretch tool 4m 17s
Editing a multicamera video scene 7m 44s
Prerendering your video timeline 6m 3s
Adding fade-ins, fade-outs, and cross-fades 5m 7s
Adding and customizing a transition 7m 13s
5. Advanced Timeline Tools 29m 5s
Selecting and grouping events 6m 34s
Nesting projects within other projects 4m 16s
Blurring or censoring something in your video 5m 52s
Editing stereoscopic 3D video 4m 53s
Grabbing a freeze frame from your movie 2m 38s
Working with multiple tracks of video 4m 52s
6. Editing Audio on the Timeline 17m 10s
Editing audio on the timeline 8m 30s
Recording narration into your movie 4m 9s
Mixing audio with keyframed audio envelopes 4m 31s
7. Adding and Adjusting Audio FX 15m 57s
Ways to apply audio FX to your movie 5m 26s
Understanding default audio FX 4m 17s
Customizing your audio FX 6m 14s
8. Adding and Adjusting Video FX 23m 20s
Ways to apply video FX to your movie 4m 54s
Applying and customizing video FX 6m 18s
Looking at the color correction tools 6m 43s
Using the chroma keyer effect 5m 25s
9. Adding Titles 25m 17s
Adding and customizing titles 5m 14s
Adding a rolling or scrolling title 6m 15s
Using the ProType Titler 7m 24s
Using the NewBlue 3D Titler Pro 6m 24s
10. Create Animated Effects with Keyframes 21m 20s
Keyframing a pan-and-crop animation 4m 23s
Keyframing an effect animation 8m 9s
Keyframing a generated media animation 8m 48s
11. Exporting Your Movie 12m 39s
Porting your movie to DVD Architect 5m 42s
Outputting a movie for the web 4m 52s
Outputting video for a portable device 2m 5s
12. Conclusion 1m 41s
Next steps 1m 41s

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