Stretching a clip on? (Or ripping one frame)

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L'arc~en~ciel
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Stretching a clip on? (Or ripping one frame)

Postby L'arc~en~ciel » Sat Oct 23, 2010 1:10 am

Lets say, I have a clip where I want the video to freeze for a three seconds at one spot. Is there any way to cut out a single frame to carry it on? The way I normally do this is by lowering the velocity, and lagging it out, but it is getting too monotonous, and always looked ugly. Is there a way to do it in the Vegas program itself? I got 7.0 for a heads up.

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Re: Stretching a clip on? (Or ripping one frame)

Postby AimoAio » Sat Oct 23, 2010 5:56 am

Take a screenshot of the frame you want to freeze and use that. |:> |:>
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Re: Stretching a clip on? (Or ripping one frame)

Postby HalOfBorg » Sat Oct 23, 2010 8:50 am

Easy.

If the point you want is NOT at the actual end of the clip, first right-click the clip and select "Create Subclip".

Right-click the clip - 'Switches' - uncheck "Loop". Now it won't start over when you drag it out.

OR - a rendered single frame works either way.
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Re: Stretching a clip on? (Or ripping one frame)

Postby L'arc~en~ciel » Sun Oct 24, 2010 11:47 pm

^ Thank you, works perfectly. :)


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