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In this tutorial, I will show you the basics needed to make a simple energy ball.
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Hey guys! It’s Justin back with another Sony Vegas tutorial. Today, I’ll be showing you how to make a simple Energy Ball. So open Sony Vegas, import your clip. I’m just going to delete the audio real quick. You want to create a new video track and then I’m just going to edit out the parts without the ball just to make it easier. So it’s just me holding the ball and I’ll go to Media Generators, Solid Colors and get white and put it right above it then go to Event Pan/Crop. I’m just going to bring that video down real quick.
Now, select mask, anchor creation tool and just make a circle. It doesn’t have to be perfect. Move it around and you have to do a track motion. So just move it every now and then but make sure it follows your hand and you just like repeat. You should keep letting it and follow your hand. Now, you can take your time on the circle but for the sake of this video, I just made a little bit short, very like not short. And I think it’s all I did, keeping the slot for a while.
So once you’re done with that, go to the video effects and scroll down to Gaussian Blur, get Extreme Blur and drag it on to the white and you can just mess around with it, make it like blurry. And then go to glow, and you can a pick a color like a red glow, just drag it on. And if mess around of it, you can just change the colors, the perpetual. I can make it white. I can make it sort of like a pinkish color, just any color you click. I’m just going to make it red, and you can like make it really intense but if you want it like a glow rounded, release the suppression. You can make the intensity like really big but not too big. And there you go, if you exit out and hit play. There you go, as simple as that, just FILE, RENDER AS, blah, blah, blah.
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