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EminentTechStudios teaches you how to add a Watermark to your own videos and play your video backwards in Sony Vegas Pro.
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Hey everyone, Austin here from Eminent Tech Tutorials and I have two videos to show you or two tutorials to show you. Okay first I'm going to show you guys how to play videos in reverse and I'm going to show you how to put a watermark into your videos in Sony Vegas Pro. Alright so let’s get started with playing videos in reverse. I already picked out a video that I wanted. It’s a halo video. So yeah, so it’s really simple you just right click on the video, go up to insert, remove envelop and then click on velocity. Then you see this little bar up here right in the middle of the video. Just drag it down to the very bottom where it says 100%, -100%. And then once it’s played out, it will be in reverse. But because me computer is slow, I can’t show you but I will post the rendered video up in a second. [Video Playing] Alright so, now what I'm going to do second is I'm going to teach you how to put a watermark into your video which is also very easy. So, I'm going to just search for that. I got to find it where I put it. Oh yeah, watermark. Okay so, what I'm going to do is right click down here in a blank area and de-insert video track which we’ll put one up here. Just drag your watermark on to the new track and then drag it out to full size of the video length. Then click event pen/crop and zoom out to however far you need and then pull out so it gets smaller. Oh sorry, move that there so I can see it. But as you pull out, that will get smaller and it may look distorted here but once it’s rendered out, it will look great. That’s a good size. Now I'm going to go up here to track motion. Just click on that and wait and then pull this and drag. You can see it’s moving over here. You just drag it to wherever you want. I'm going to out in the bottom right hand corner, maybe right there and it does look distorted now but later, it will look better once it’s rendered out and those are my tow tutorials. I hope you like it and stay tuned for more. This has been Austin from Eminent Tech Studios and be sure to comment, rate and subscribe. That’s all. See you.