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Learn how to add audio to your video in Sony Vegas video editor.
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If you want to add more sound into this get up to your file import media and I got a song here okay. We can add this in, look as you notice we open up another bar. Now it is just quite clever with Sony Vegas because as many of this as you want. You can unlimited amount of different flat bars. If you notice this actually for this color back to start in the beginning, we will have music in with our video.
Quite clever that is not it? You know. So, we can obviously put the volume right down on here or we can do what we did earlier and bring the sound that is so it is not muted, there sound player because been trying what down in the bottom. If I bring it up, the sound is back again
Now, we have second video here. We can do exactly the same thing with the first one. We can bring this video in and you notice we got two bars you know we got the video up here and the sound down here. We do not need to place if you do not want to, but we can put it down here. Quite easy to do, viewing as you notice usually the sound linked to the video comes with the same and you might need mess around with that and to get it right but you notice that it does not over lap a bit at all. If I just want to move over here a bit okay. You notice we click to the next video. If we would just press play, as soon the other top video end and the second one will start however you not overlap at this point here between these two. So obviously you need to put that back up there next to it again like the sound in the end over there video sorry and we can blend this in as well. So, if we press play here you notice they blind together
[Music playing] There you go, one phase in, one phase out. It is really quite good what you can do with Sony Vegas so if you press delay on the audio for the moment.