In this video tutorial I show some popular examples of Tools & Video Fx plug-ins that are part of the NEW Sony Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11.

Most of the Fx that I preview are also available in the older versions of Movie Studio 9 & 10, and can also be found in Vegas Pro. I also explain some of the differences between Vegas Movie Studio and Vegas Pro.

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    Nancy · 06:19 26/10/2013
    This is great, but I still have trouble with Pan/Crop...I am using other programs, but would like some more info with this topic Thank you
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    John · 03:51 03/06/2013
    Wow man. Some really good tips here. I've had MSP12 for a while now, and haven't really messed around with it because it's a bit frustrating that I don't know what I'm doing! But I figured I would start back up, and searched for some tutorials, and found your site. I'll definitely be here a lot more. Thanks for the help!
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      · 14:24 03/06/2013
      Hi John
      Thanks for your message.
      When I bought my first copy of Movie Studio back in 2008, I almost went psychotic trying to work things out. Back then there were practically no helpful tutorials anywhere. Then one day all just clicked, which was a great relief.
      My personal experience is directly what motivated me, to start making tutorials that people could follow easily.
      Don't hesitate if you ever have a question.

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