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This is a short tutorial on how to Clone Yourself in Sony Vegas.
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Hey Guys! It’s Justin from WEKNOWIT productions. And today, I want to show you how to clown yourself in Sony Vegas 8.0. Open it up, import your video, just drag it down. Right now, you want to enter a video and an audio move those together so this one on the outside. And you want to find the point to where you want to start and just hit the S-key and that’s put it, delete it. Now, you want to take a video just one video of you just basically doing whatever and then you get off the camera, you want to pause it, split it, and then you want to use the same piece of film and you just walk back in the camera and find it, and split it. So and delete that and you want to drag this above—oh I like that--.So it’s like this—just zoom a little. Now, you have this clip so when you get to play it all you see is the second part and you still hear the audio or whatever.
So this little button what I’m pointing right here is called Event FX, you want to do that on the top piece and click Sony Cookie Cutter, click add and then Okay. Now, you see this—you want to leave everything the same except for shape, you want to change that to square. Then, you want to drag this little box in the middle all the way to until you see yourself. And sometimes it doesn’t do it all the way so you want to go to size and change it. And you see this little cutter in here, you want to get the Feather, not too much because you’ll fade a way. So you have this right here, so ESC out of here and you just going to time it right, move that a little—drag that out—so let’s restart—and you want that person walk away, get pause, split and delete that second piece of film so all you have is the first piece and once you hit play, it might lighten up a little bit and then he can just walk away without really walking in the---so this is it.
As you can see the lighting get a little bit dimmer, so that’s basically it, File, Render As--and it might take it long to pop up for some users. So anyway, we’ll be coming up with new Sony Vegas Tutorials so keep watching and goodbye.