In this video tutorial I show how to place a Transition at the very beginning of a project using Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 10.

Normally the only way to add a Transition is to overlap to pieces of Video or Media, and then drag and drop a selected Transition into the gap.

When there is no overlap, all you have to do is drag the Transition onto the timeline and then position it extremely close to the right or left corner of the video in the timeline. Once the transition is in place, you can then drag the length of time for the transition to last out further of closer together. Watch the video and you will understand very quickly.

 

 

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    Peter · 00:15 17/07/2015
    HI Derek,great job you are doing,can you tell me is it possible to create your own transistion on movie studio 12.i am looking to make some disney transition.many thanks
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      · 01:03 17/07/2015
      What exactly do you mean by "Disney Transition" ?
      Can you point to a video that is using what you mean ?
      There are a large number of Transitions already built into the program. All of them can be adjusted through the settings and slider controls within all of them.

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