Introduction to sony vegas 10

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Introduction to sony vegas 10

  1. 1. At the PEG Studio
  2. 2. Track Header
  3. 3. Track Header Located left of the timeline Displays the name of each track Controls for each track: adjust audio volume or panning, video compositing level, apply effects, temporarily mute or solo an audio or video track, apply track motion, change the recording mode, or change the track height.
  4. 4. Timeline
  5. 5. Timeline This is your main work area Horizontally, the timeline represents time Timeline is like a movie filmstrip or unraveled audio tape where you can read your tracks from left to right Vertically, the timeline shows tracks. A track is a strip where you can put your audio / video files Event: when an audio, video, or still image file is placed on the timeline, it is referred to as an event. The timeline lets you precisely control the length and placement of the events in your movie
  6. 6. Transport Toolbar
  7. 7. Transport Toolbar You can control playback like a tape deck or a CD player
  8. 8. Time Display
  9. 9. Time Display Shows the current cursor position of the timeline in HH:MM:SS;FF format
  10. 10. Status Area
  11. 11. Status Area (for timeline) Selection  starting time  ending time  selection length
  12. 12. Project Media Window
  13. 13. Project Media Window This windows shows all of your media that are used in your project.  Audio  Video  Still images  Text  Backdrops
  14. 14. Transitions
  15. 15. Transitions Categories are listed on the left Common presets for these categories are listed to the right To view: hover your mouse over a preset on the right To add a transition: drag to an overlap of two events
  16. 16. Video FX
  17. 17. Video FX All of the effect categories are on the left To view, hover mouse over preset on right To add, drag preset onto a video event
  18. 18. Media Generators
  19. 19. Media Generators Variety of different text and backdrops categories are listed on the left and common presets are displayed on the right  To add, drag presets to timeline
  20. 20. Explorer Window
  21. 21. Explorer Window Browse your computer for audio, video, or still image.  You can drag a file from the explorer to the timeline to use it in your project
  22. 22. Trimmer A portion of a media file can be selected (or trimmed) and inserted into your project
  23. 23. Mixer Audio Controls
  24. 24. Mixer Audio Controls Adjust the overall project volume Project properties and preview your audio and video file
  25. 25. Video Preview
  26. 26. Video Preview Displays your video, along with any text or backdrops, text effects, and transitions in your project
  27. 27. In Sony Vegas 10.0
  28. 28. Timeline
  29. 29. Timeline This is your main work area Horizontally, the timeline represents time Timeline is like a movie filmstrip or unraveled audio tape where you can read your tracks from left to right Vertically, the timeline shows tracks. A track is a strip where you can put your audio / video files Event: when an audio, video, or still image file is placed on the timeline, it is referred to as an event. The timeline lets you precisely control the length and placement of the events in your movie
  30. 30. Video Track
  31. 31. Video Track Video, Still Images, Text, Backdrops Video events on video tracks show graphical images inside of them which should give you an idea of what the video looks like – very much like frames in a filmstrip. The video tracks are layered in order from top to bottom.
  32. 32. Audio Track
  33. 33. Audio Track Voice, Music, Sound Effects Audio events are represented in waveforms, or graphical representations of the audio showing the larger parts having the louder audio peaks. By using multiple audio tracks, you can have more than one sound playing at once. For instance, you can have someone speaking over background music. The events must be on different tracks but playing at the same time on the timeline.
  34. 34. Zooming In and Out
  35. 35. Zooming In and Out When you zoom in, you will see more detail of your project. When you zoom out, you will see less detail. In either case, you are not changing anything about your project, just how much of it you can see on the timeline.
  36. 36. Scrolling
  37. 37. Scrolling The horizontal scroll bar controls the visible area of your project left or right. The scroll box will become smaller as you zoom in to indicate that the project extends beyond the visible area of the timeline.
  38. 38. Project’s Time Ruler It should give you a general idea of where you are on the timeline.
  39. 39. The Cursor
  40. 40. The Cursor Inside the timeline, you will see a vertical flashing line. This is the play cursor.  It indicates the current time in your project.
  41. 41. Transport Toolbar
  42. 42. Transport Toolbar You can control playback like a tape deck or a CD player
  43. 43. Selection If you drag your mouse on an empty section of the timeline, you can create a selection. Although a selection can be used for editing purposes, it also lets you playback certain portions of your movie.

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