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In this Sony Vegas tutorial you will learn how to create slow motion.
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How to Create Slow Motion in Sony Vegas
Hey, guys. What's up? Welcome to the Sony Vegas Pro tutorial. It’s time to change things up. I felt like doing a little bit of a different software tutorial and this time I'm going to do Sony Vegas Pro.
The other day I was working a footage for New Years and when I wanted to toilet to flush I wanted to come back up and then go back down in a high speed motion and one thing I didn’t know how to do in Sony Vegas was how in the world do I speed up or slow down clips and the audio combined. I knew how to speed up and slow down clips without the audio but I wanted to know how to do it with the audio combined.
So I have three clips here. I have the fly and I got a video of a bee or a wasp or a hornet. I can't tell the difference. And I got a video of me actually my brother on the go cart flashy lights. So I'm going to import all of them I want this fly here. I'm going to kind of shrink it down a little bit, I want this fly to be in high speed fast. So how I'm going to do that, I'm simply going to drag inward right to make it shorter. Well, what I thought of doing before I knew how to do it was I just right clicked. I'm sure you can't see properties and I set the playback rate to like 0.5, actually no I just load it down. So the playback rate to 5.0 and as you can see it speed it up, but the audio is still the same right.
So I'm going to put this tag at 1.0 and I found out that all you have to do to shrink a clip and make it go faster is hold on Control and then drag it. It’s that easy. I can't believe I didn’t know how and then all you have to do if you want to audio to sink up. See here’s about the lock on.
And I don’t know if you can hear it but my voice is still the same. So if I right click on the audio hit properties, I get a click right here, lock to stretch and then click okay and then the voice will be in a chipmunk way.
Okay, so now it’s more in chipmunk voice. So I'm going to take this bee right here and I have to get to the good parts right there and by the way, that’s a John deer nice huh, okay. So right there it’s a nice clip little bee. I think I just liked first got my camera so I was always really happy in zooming in all kinds of bugs. I don’t know why, even dog’s behinds. So anyway I'm willing to slow down this footage of a bee and do that once again, hold on Control and I'm going to stretch it out, just like that as much as I want to and then here let me play that.
Here it kind the sounds like a horror movie. So I'm going to lock this stretch once more I'm going to right click on the audio properties and hit lock to stretch, click okay and now it’s going to be like really slow.
So, I slow down this clip and now with this go cart clip, I have it going forward. I'm going to kind of shrink it down a little bit. Now I'm going to try and make it faster. I think slow is good for this, control, stretch it out, like that and then right click properties, lock to stretch. And I'm going to copy and then paste it again and I'm going to reverse it. All you have to do to reverse it is to right click, reverse, and then it’s reversed. And I'm going to actually reverse it fast, in high speed and like that and I'm going to copy it again then paste. So let’s watch the full thing.
How’s that for slow-mo. This is like a high speed chase right here but anyway that is how you adjust this speed of video clips in Sony Vegas. I didn’t know how but now that I found out it’s pretty cool. I’m going to be fast forwarding and rewinding all kind of clips. So anyway, I hope this helps. I'm Robert from Robert Productions and you know you can click that little subscribe button over there for good luck and we’ll see you next time. Take care.
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