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Tom Edwards
How to fully utilize separate .veg projects in one timeline
on Mar 28, 2016 at 1:01:11 pm

I'm sure this has been asked and answered, but I've looked and can't find the answer.

I have two projects that I've labored over for hours. Each on the subject "basketball." Each has dozens and dozens of intricate pans, velocity settings, etc.

I want to use each on the same timeline with the original fidelity so I have full 100% editing ability.

I cannot find out how to perform this "simple"concept.

Help?

Thanks in advance.


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Paul Berk
Re: How to fully utilize separate .veg projects in one timeline
on Mar 28, 2016 at 6:45:37 pm

Open two instances of Vegas.
Open veg number one in instance one.
Change to instance two of Vegas.
Open veg number two. Select All. (Ctrl-A).. Copy. (Ctrl-C).
Change back to instance one .. place your timeline cursor at the end of the timeline. PASTE (Ctrl-V).
You should now have both Veg files on the same timeline.
Do a "save as" to create a new combined veg file.

Basically you copy and past between instances of Vegas.
Nesting works too -- but might be more complicate to explain.

Another way is to render to MXF files and combine that way but still preserve the orignal Veg files to make edits and then re-render the MXF files.

Many ways to do this.


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Tom Edwards
Re: How to fully utilize separate .veg projects in one timeline
on Mar 28, 2016 at 6:51:37 pm

Paul,

That is definitely the right solution. Simple, quick and clean.

Thank you!
Tom


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