Using: Sony Vegas Pro 10
I just recently noticed the audio within Vegas goes to zero right at the end of a song. You can see in the clip that the audio meter at the right goes to zero for about a second before the song ends. It does this between every song although I only showed two in the video. I tried using different flac and mp3 files and i also tried old vegas projects and I still had the same issue. I also tried uninstalling and reinstalling Vegas with no luck. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I bought an Asus laptop last June and I'm wondering if it can handle video editing programs like Sony Vegas Pro 13 and After Effects. If not, can you guys suggest any good programs I can use with my laptop? Thanks!
I'm just a video editing novice but I've had the chance to do several low-key video projects for family and friends over the years. It's fun. But I have a LOT to learn.
Anyway, a major problem I'm having right now. A friend gave me some DVDs of a conference she taught, and she wanted me to add some info to the video at the beginning and end, and prepare a file for uploading to the internet.
I know how to make an object move, but can't figure out how to move it in a circular motion. For example making a red circle move from left to right, but on a curve, not on a straight path so it would resample a rsing sun..hope you understand my ideas.
Can anyone help?
Colour Correction Videos
Cheers in Advance :-)
Jackson Wong - October 02nd, 2012
HitFilm 2 is a visual effects software that works extremely close with Sony Vegas Pro 12. Such effects and 3D animations can be done much the same or better with other programs, but the cost to you is what's most astonishing about HitFilm 2 Ultimate, $399.
I can capture DV in sony vegas,but sony vegas can not detect HD camera to do capture.
Other software on my desktop can detect the HD camera.Please let me know how to solve this problem.
I am a little new to video editing. I think I have most of it down, but am currently running into this issue.
I am using DVD Architect and burning my video from Vegas Pro 9. When I go to play the disc in my dvd players the video is choppy at time, skipping some video, and it is ending before the end of the movie.
This is talked about in a lot of places, but for some reason I can't find the best settings as my footage looks really good and clear before it hits youtube, but then on youtube it looks like this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWMTYqE_GfU&feature=youtu.be
That's the best I could do and I get there by doing the following.