Q: How do I remove a Transition from my Sony Vegas project?

Answer: Place the timeline cursor on top of your Transition area and then Zoom In using the wheel on your mouse. Then press the X shaped icon that will be positioned near the end of the transition. This will open up the Video Event FX window that controls the transition.

Now locate the green plugin icon that has a red arrow with it (positioned in top right corner) and press it to delete and remove the transition. That's it, your done !

These instruction for removing a transition will work the exact same in all versions of Sony Movie Studio and Vegas Pro.

Step 1

removing-transitions-1Transition Area on Timeline

Step 2

removing-transitions-2Press Remove Selected Plug-in icon to delete transition

 

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    ll · 01:14 19/10/2016
    Everytime i drag text into the video somehow there is a blue and white cross line on the text and it just makes my video fade into darkness. HELP
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    i-plus-i · 00:48 27/07/2015
    Hello, I'm using Movie Studio Platinum 13 and after the transition has been removed, I'm left with a sort-of a fade that I can't remove.
    Any ideas, comments. Thank you.
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      Derek
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      · 02:26 27/07/2015
      Hi
      You need to trim both sections of video on either side of the original transition, if you want to remove the cross-fade.
      Which means dragging the end of clip #1 and beginning of clip #2.
      OR
      Drag the right section of video to the right until both parts are only touching each other.

      Regards
      Derek.
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        i-plus-i · 07:32 28/07/2015
        Thank you Derek, it did worked albeit loosing two seconds of video. I hope Sony/Vegas will fix this bug.
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          Derek
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          · 11:11 28/07/2015
          I don't think I explained this properly, because there is no bug in the program.
          Let me explain what to do a different way.
          To remove a Transition, you need to do the [b]exact opposite[/b] of how you created it.
          Step #1 - Press Remove selected plugin button - this leaves you with two overlapped videos.
          Step #2 - Drag video on right to the right. That's it.

          Remember you can also press CTRL + Z to go back in time when editing and un-do all your edits.

          p.s.
          When you reply to comments that are threaded, make sure to press the REPLY link underneath the last message in the thread, so all the comments are linked together in a chain. You created a new comment instead of replying to my reply to you. I have manually moved your reply into the correct position. I hope I haven't confused you, because that is a bit of a mouthful. :ooo:

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