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Vegas Movie Studio 4 Tutorial
Sony Pictures Digital Media Software and Services
Registration Assistance
Customer Service/Sales
Technical Support
Getting Started
Welcome to Vegas Movie Studio Software
Creating your audio and video masterpiece
What you’ll need
How it works
Minimum system requirements
Installing Vegas Movie Studio software
Configuring your PC for best performance with Vegas Movie Studio software
Processor speed and RAM
Hard drives
Use of other software applications while capturing or editing in Vegas Movie Studio software
Help
Using online help
Vegas Movie Studio Show Me How Tutorials
PDF manual
Help on the Web
About your rights in Vegas Movie Studio software
About Your Privacy
Proper Use of Software
Getting Around
Overview
Toolbars
Marker bar
Track Header
Timeline
Transport bar controls
Multifunction area
Learning the Basics
What is a media file?
What is an event?
Inserting media
Moving events along the timeline
Selecting events
Grouping events
What is a track?
Scrolling and zooming
Mute button
Track Name
Multipurpose fader
Playback and preview
Playback from within the Vegas Movie Studio window
Creating a Project
Starting a new project
Creating a new project file
Adding media to your project
Finding existing media files
Capturing video from your video camera
Getting photographs from your scanner or digital camera
Extracting audio from a CD
Downloading media from the Web
Previewing media files
Recording audio
Arranging files on the timeline
Editing events on the timeline
Copying events
Cutting events
Pasting events
Duplicating events
Trimming events
Splitting events
Shifting the contents of an event
Deleting events
Using the Trimmer window
Opening a file in the Trimmer
Making selections in the Trimmer
Adding selections to the timeline
Adding and saving regions and markers to a media file
Opening a file in an external audio editor from the Trimmer
Crossfading events
Automatic crossfades
Changing crossfade curves
Undoing and redoing actions
Undo command
Redo command
Clearing the undo history
Previewing your project
Previewing in the Video Preview
Previewing in an external media player
Adding transitions
Cuts
Crossfades
Adding transition effects
Previewing a transition
Modifying a transition
Removing red eye from still images
Adding effects
Adding effects (FX) to an audio track
Adding effects (FX) to all audio tracks
Adding effects (FX) to a video event or the entire video output
Deleting audio or video effects (FX)
Saving your project
Creating your movie file
Saving your movie to a file on your disk
Burning your movie to DVD
Burning your movie to Video CD or CD-ROM
Publishing your movie to the Web
Saving your movie to Sony Memory Stick or Giga Vault media
Saving your movie to a DV tape
Sending movies via e-mail
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