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It is a jump cut (creating a short video loop) followed by a match cut.
Problem solved for Vegas (Beware that you may lose all kind of configuration in the process.) I have installed the latest drivers (359.00 currently). CTRL+Shift on Vegas icon, checked clear cache data. After maybe a few starts (can't tell precisely), it finally work, with GPU acceleration. Regarding Lightroom: no solution yet.
Yes, it does allow rendering in a format different from source media. Vegas works well with projects containing mixed media formats. More likely, this may be an interpretation problem. In the Project Media window, right-click on the input video and select Properties (at the bottom). Check that the field order is set to Progressive (since your footage is ...
Import the file into the project media box, I right click the video and go to orientation change it to 0 (original) Should render without any problems.
The track containing the "hidden" text appears to be muted in the screenshot. Unmute it. It's the icon in the track controls of a round circle with the diagonal. Background There are two ways for a track to be muted. First is by enabling the mute switch of that track. This can be undone by clicking the mute switch again. Other is by soloing another track. ...
If you are referring to tutorials or commentary then yes, you would record the original performance (perhaps with computer sound), while thinking of your audience. When I record tutorials for software, I often perform the example while talking, then go back and edit it down to a reasonable length. I remove unwanted sound, then re-voice the finished edit from ...
The process you are describing is called ADR (automated dialog replacement) or dubbing - after picture is locked, lines are recorded separately in a controlled environment and mixed to match the appropriate sonic perspective the required. If you were to adr all of the lines in a vid, you would also then add in a room tone/ambience to give it a soundbed to ...
Short Answer Split your Video track into separate Events; Adjust the Events individually by dragging them along the timeline and stretching/expanding them; Overlap the adjacent Events so that there were no gaps; Long Answer I find one of the most valuable features of Sony Vegas its ability to split the original tracks into Events and adjust them ...
It's called Kinetic Type generally (that link is for Templates). Depending on what you're looking to do you either need to do it manually or can use scripting to auto-fill a list of words. If you auto-fill with a list its generally more randomized, so if sequence is important. Like you want the Lyrics to appear in the order they're spoken you must do it ...
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