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► Picture Effect #9 [Cookie Cutter] | Sony Vegas Tutorial

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Uploaded on Sep 28, 2011

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#1 Go to Media Generator - Elliptic, black and white and add it to the first video track. You can change the color. By clicking on the time line right under the color choice you can make the light move.

#2 Now drop your pictures of choice into the last videotrack. Right click on it - Video Event Pan/Crop - resize it so you have good view of the person on it

#3 Click on mask and begin to outline your picture like I did in the video and feather the edges a bit.

#4 Make the two pictures fade into each other

#5 Right click on the second videotrack and choose "Insert Empty Event"

#6 Go to Video Fx - Cookie Cutter - Circle Center and add it to the empty event. Change the color, border and size to whatever you like. Now click at the end of time line right under all those options and make the size of the circle somewhat bigger.

#7 Repeat Step 5 and 6 for the next four videotracks

#8 Go to Tansitions - 3D Blinds - Twist and add it to the beginning of the first picture, the transition between those clips and the end of the last picture.

#9 Go to Transitions - Zoom - choose the first transition and at it to the beginning of the cookie cutter video tracks and let them normally fade out at the end of the clip.

#10 Now just resize the clips so they won't start at the same time

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