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Introduction
Welcome to Sonic Foundry Vegas Pro™
System requirements
Technical Support
Web site support
Email support
Fax support
Telephone support
Installing Vegas Pro
Starting Vegas Pro
Using the shortcut
Using the Start button
Serial number and activation code
Registration
Registering online
Registering via the telephone
Using the online help
Accessing help
Overview
Main window
Toolbar
Marker bar
Ruler
Track List
Track View
Transport bar controls
Scrub control
Window Docking Area
Keyboard command reference
Signal Flow
Quick Start
Media Files
What type of media can you use?
Starting a project
Finding media files to use
Previewing a media file
Placing a media file on a track
Placing a event on the Video Ruler
Audio event basics
Moving events along the timeline
Track navigation
Track Number
View buttons
Track FX button
Bus assignment
Arm for Record button
Mute button
Solo button
Scribble Strip
Volume fader
Multipurpose slider
Video event basics
Moving the video event
Removing the video’s audio
Playing back the project
Play back within Vegas Pro
Previewing to media player
Using project properties
Saving the project
Saving your project the first time
Renaming or rendering a project (using Save As...)
Rendering a Vegas project
Tutorial
Getting the tutorial folder
Using the Explorer window
Placing the video
Displaying the Video Preview
Playing back the video
Placing the new voice-over
Aligning new voice-over with video
Editing the voice-over
Locking the original audio
Editing a time selection
Splitting an event using time selection
Editing an event
Aligning the remaining voice-over events
Grouping the voice-over and video
Working with the music bed
Placing the music bed
Adding a volume envelope
Setting the volume envelope
Adding equalization (EQ) to the voice-over
Saving a Vegas project (*.veg)
Rendering the project as an *.avi
Setting the format
Applying compression
General Editing
Using the cursor
Editing event and time selections
Selecting multiple events
Selecting a time range
Selecting events and a time range
Basic event editing
Copying events
Pasting events
Cutting events
Trimming/Cropping events
Deleting events
Using the Undo and Redo commands
Undo command
Redo command
Clearing the edit history
Using project markers and regions
Working with markers
Working with regions
Working with command markers
Using a sound editor program
Setting up the sound editor program
Opening the sound editor from Vegas Pro
Advanced Audio Editing
Snapping events
Using the event snap offset
Snapping to grid lines
Snapping to markers
Disable snapping
Splitting events
Using the Ripple Edits
Cutting events in ripple mode
Deleting events in ripple mode
Pasting events in ripple mode
Accessing event properties
Changing the active take’s name
Using the pitch shift
Setting event switches
Using event switches
Muting an event
Locking an event
Looping an event
Normalizing an event
Using event envelopes (ASR)
Setting an event’s volume
Setting an event’s fade in and out
Crossfading events
Automatic crossfades
Manually setting a crossfade
Changing crossfade curves
Grouping events
Creating a new group
Removing an event from a group
Clearing a group
Using the Trimmer window
Showing an event in the Trimmer
Working in the Trimmer window
Opening the sound editor from the Trimmer
Using the Edit details window
Viewing the Edit Details window
Customizing the Edit Details window
Working with Tracks
Track basics
Adding an empty track
Duplicating a track
Deleting a track
Naming or renaming a track
Organizing tracks
Reordering tracks
Changing a track’s color
Changing track height
Working with tracks
Using the track fader
Muting a track
Soloing a track
Assigning a track to a bus
Assigning a track to an auxiliary bus
Assigning tracks to an Assignable FX
Setting up to record into tracks
Using Track FX
Creating a track plug-in chain
Arranging the plug-in’s chain order
Removing plug-ins from a chain
Saving plug-in chains as presets
Vegas Pro plug-in reference
Using the Equalization (EQ) plug-in
Using the Compression plug-in
Using Noise Gate plug-in
Using the Dither plug-in
Using track envelopes
Adding a volume envelope
Hiding the volume envelopes
Removing track volume envelopes
Adding a panning envelope
Hiding the panning envelopes
Removing track panning envelopes
Mixing multiple tracks to a single track
Using the Mixer
Using the Mixer window
Viewing the Mixer window
Using the Mixer tool bar
Using the Mixer Preview fader
Using busses
Adding busses to the project
Deleting busses from the project
Routing busses to hardware
Working with busses
Adding plug-in chains to busses
Arranging bus plug-ins on the chain
Deleting plug-ins from the bus chain
Using Assignable FX controls
Adding Assignable FX controls
Arranging Assignable FX plug-ins on the chain
Routing Assignable FX to busses
Working with Assignable FX controls
Working with preset plug-in chains
Creating new preset plug-in chains
Editing preset plug-in chains
Organizing your plug-ins
Recording
Setting up your equipment
Basic setup
Setup with mixer
Setup with digital multitrack
Arming the track for recording
Using the Sound Mapper for stereo or mono recording
Assigning tracks to input devices
Starting and stopping recording
Recording into an empty track
Recording into a time selection
Recording into an event
Recording into an event with a time selection
Working with multiple recorded takes
Previewing takes
Choosing an active take after loop recording
Renaming an event take
Deleting an event take
Specifying where recordings are stored
Saving and Rendering projects
Saving your project
Creating a copy of a project (using Save As...)
Rendering projects
Rendering to an audio format
Rending to a video format
Rending to a streaming media format
Using rendering format controls and templates
Using *.aif controls and templates
Using *.wav controls and templates
Using *.mp3 controls and templates
Using *.wma controls and templates
Using *.avi controls and templates
Using *.asf controls and templates
Using *.rm controls and templates
Customizing Vegas Pro
Dockable Vegas Pro windows
Docking a window
Using the Explorer window
Managing your media files
Using the Explorer window Transport bar
Changing the Explorer window views
Changing the Ruler settings
Grid spacing
Working with the Toolbar
Moving the Toolbar
Resizing the Toolbar
Hiding and displaying the Toolbar
Reordering the Toolbar buttons
Adding buttons to the Toolbar
Removing buttons from the Toolbar
Using the Time Display window
Changing the Time Display window’s settings
Changing the Time Displays colors
Setting the Time Display to monitor MIDI time code
Working with project properties
Using the Summary properties tab
Using the Audio properties tab
Using the Video properties tab
Using the Ruler properties tab
Using Vegas Pro preferences
Viewing the Preferences dialog
Using the General preferences tab
Using the Routing preferences tab
Using the Audio preferences tab
Setting advanced audio preferences
Using the Sync. preferences tab
Setting advanced Sync. preferences
Troubleshooting
Why are some of my DirectX plug-ins not working correctly?
Why do I hear gaps in my audio playback?
Why can't I get my other DirectX plug-ins to work as Track effects?
MPEG and Quicktime Video Audio/Video Synchronization Issues
Some AVI's that open in Windows Media Player don't open in Vegas Pro
Why does a mono event increase 6 dB
when panning a track hard to either side?
Glossary
Index







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