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In this tutorial, I will show you how to do the teleport effect in Sony Vegas Pro 8.0. This also works in 7
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Hey guys! It’s Justin from WEKNOWIT Productions. Sorry it’s been a long time since I made my last video, but today, I’m going to show you Sony Vegas tutorial. It’s going to be how to do the teleporting effect, how to teleport out of the shot.
So what you basically need is a clip of you just doing something to make to you teleport, you can do it here—Nakamura whatever name it does on Heroes or whatever. So open the Sony Vegas. If you see right here, I’ve made up my last name so it’s licensed to Justin Dingulong, so just ignore that. Alright, now, once you get here, you want Import your video, File, Import Media—mine is--.
What it basically is, is me of a clip. What you want to do is you have me right here, waving, and then he do something to where you act like you’re like getting tortured or that’s what I did. And then you want to walk out to your clip and leave a few seconds of blank space. But first, you want to empty the footage where you walk in and out—Sorry if it’s a little laggy, I used it with my webcam.
Alright so on the left, I have my video of me doing whatever and on the right I have me there in the blank space.
And once you get here, you just take a snap shot, safe snap shot or whatever, doing that, bring down your image and I’m just going to delete the audio. If you just click on the audio, hit you and then delete, it will delete the audio—
And I want that picture to be on the bottom. And simply just—if you’ve got the—if you watched the whole video now—
And, bring that out a little and go to the top right corner of your video clip towards its fade offset and you just fade. So if you go to the beginning and you just fade up. Now, you can do transitions and all that to—let’s see if I can find one. I always do the clockwise—and you see it just like you disappeared clockwise. You can do other effects, page roll, it’s going to transitions, your video effects or—I think it’s transitions. You can push out center, just dragging on and you want to do it in, so if you’re at the beginning in it and play--and if you see right here; it will fade in you and disappear.
Now, I kind of like this just the regular way but you can mess around with that to get the right timing when you want to disappear. So you have all these different effects, you just mess around with them; all of them should be under transitions. So here is the final. And you can add like a voice over, you could keep your audio of you yelling or something. I have a clip I want to use, it’s like a stun sound but I--. But you want to time it right so I guess with the end. That I don’t really use that one but I’ll use that anyway because it’s too short. Make it how long you want to last, make sure it’s a little bit after your clip, just go to a File Render As—sorry if this is taking long, it’s not suppose to be like this—there you go and just save this video, let’s call it teleport, I save at as AVI because it goes faster, it doesn’t take that much space, if you want to—if you want like wide screen or whatever just--. What is this take window, media, video or something.
I’ll make a tutorial on that later but go to our website WeknowitProductions.tk, yes, we’re still working on .com but this is been another WEKNOWIT Production video and if you like this video, subscribe, you can look in all the corners all over right now and see bunch of different Sony Vegas tutorials. If you need any help, just comment or subscribe, just because we’re trying to get a partnership. Anyway but thanks for watching.