Solved How do I access the fx presets in VP18?

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Hi Derek

How do I access the fx presets in VP18?
14 Nov 2020 17:17 #1

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What do you mean exactly ?

Any OFX Presets you create, are saved in this folder on Windows
Documents/OFX Presets

When you create/save an FX Preset, it will then appear as a thumbnail in the Video FX tabbed window.
You can also access your presets in the drop down box in all Video Event FX windows.
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15 Nov 2020 08:53 #2

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I recall in the past that VP had had default video fx presets for most of the fx - you didn't need to create a preset - they appeared in a drop down menu when you added an fx. Now there don't seem to be any default presets for video effects.
15 Nov 2020 09:32 #3

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There is something wrong on your computer if you can't see the pre-installed Vegas Presets.
They are accessible, just like they have always been !

Example:




Which exact version of Vegas Pro are you using?
Which build version do you have installed?

If all your thumbnail presets are not showing, you may have a problem with your Graphics Card driver.
Which graphics card model are you using?
Which driver version do you have installed?

I would recommend you first perform a full program reset.
Instructions here:
www.moviestudiozen.com/doctor-zen-faq/573-how-to-reset-sony-software-to-default-settings#a1
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15 Nov 2020 15:25 #4
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Thanks - the reset seems to have fixed the issue.

Thanks a lot.

Peter
16 Nov 2020 17:59 #5

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