How to create the Shake or Shake effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro?

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Sony Vegas Pro is one of the best video editing software in existence today. It has many features in it that make it a complete program (you can even censor a part of a video with sony). So, if you are a video editor, you should keep reading because today you will learn how create the Shake or Tremor effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro.

And this software is so good that you don't even need to be a professional to handle it, you just have to learn little by little, each of the features that this ingenious program brings, in order to someday edit and create videos that go hand in hand with those of the best.



    How to download the file and put it into operation?

    The main thing before learn how to create the Shake or Tremor effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro, you download the file that contains this effect and put it into operation, since without it you can not do anything.

    It should be noted that the following process works for both video and text, that is, you can place the effect in either one, as it works with both equally. In this case you will see the explanation of how to insert it in a video.

    The first step to achieving this logically is to download Sony Vegas Pro, once downloaded to your PC, proceed with the installation. After installing the sony vegas pro , you need to search for the effect online, you can search for it as Vegasquake, whatever you find (it's free), you need to download the file and proceed to paste it into the sony vegas folder.


    To do this, go to the Sony icon on your desktop and right-click, then click on the option " Open file path " which will appear in the pop-up window.


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    When you are there, look for the folder named "Menu Script" and inside it paste the file you downloaded (if it was compressed, you have to unzip it and paste inside).

    With this you will have the effect in the Sony program and you are one step closer to achieving the Shake or Shake effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro.

    Create the Shake or Shake effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro

    Once you have your file in the corresponding folder, open the Sony vegas pro application, and automatically after you are in it go to the toolbar and click on the " Settings ", in the drop-down menu that will appear click "Customize the toolbar".

    Here you will see that a new window opens in which you have to choose a button, search for the file or program you downloaded and press the button " Add ".

    Now a button will appear below the toolbar with which you can perform the effect (as when performing the effect in slow motion). To do this, you must first add the video snippet where you want to place it in the program's video bar.


    When you are there, select the part of the video where you want to apply the effect, simply by clicking on it and dragging it across the width until you are satisfied.


    After selecting the snippet you like, press the effect icon , a small section will open where you can choose the type of effect and intensity of the tremor.

    And with that it will be ready, now you just need to run the video in the program and see what the vegasquake effect looks like (from there you can edit it however you want).


    You already know what it is used for create the Shake or Shake effect in a video with Sony Vegas Pro , now turn on your computer and enjoy editing your videos. And if you were curious to know more about this program, look for things like putting subtitles on a Sony Vegas video or how to create the screen motion effect, which are simple and will help you grow.


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