Re: Zooming by john bolton on Jul 9, 2012 at 3:04:08 pm
I guess Steve will also answer, but the way I do it is to Add another track above track 1 ( which will be the matser track ) and then make your original 3 tracks Childs of the Track you have just added. Then if you use the Track Motion control ( the far left track motion icon of the Added track ) if will move all tracks together. Then just keyframe the Top Master track as required.. John
Re: Zooming by john bolton on Jul 9, 2012 at 3:18:27 pm
On your Track 1 which is now track 2 because you have added a track about your track 1, to the righthand side of the track header on the left you will see 2 arrows. Click the one that points down on all of your tracks ( the original ones ) . You will then see the master track and then your tracks indented
As you realise by now Joao, its not called channels, its Tracks
or Timeline, thats why your question was a little confusing.
John Bolton explained beautifully exactly what you need to do
to have everything zooming in at the same time, even making the
parent track 3D for a smoother process, its for you
now to practice on that and get the desired effect you want,
do some reading on Parent and Child Composits in Vegas.
Steve Rhoden (Cow Leader) Film Editor & Compositor. Filmex Creative Media. 1-876-832-4956
Re: Zooming by john bolton on Jul 9, 2012 at 4:01:18 pm
As Steve says you can make all tracks 3D by clikcing the Green Icons and selection 3D Source Alfa. Make sure you do them all. Then using the master track motion for can adjust various angles of view apart from just zooming,,... John
Re: Zooming by Joao Souza on Jul 9, 2012 at 4:06:54 pm
Thanks John for your time and patience.
As english is not my native language, I didn't know what to look in its manual, I'd never guess it's called CHILD so I'd have to read a lot of parts of it till I find it.
Thanks again ;)
We have so much time and so little to do! / Willy Wonka
Re: Zooming by john bolton on Jul 9, 2012 at 4:37:15 pm
Well we all had the same problem when starting with Video editing and Vegas and FCP and having a problem but no knowing how to look for the solution. That's the beauty of Creative Cow and people like Steve... Hope you get the results you want.. Regards John