: You don't put offensive words here, the footage shown you are come from Taiwan, maybe it is fine to have such title in gamer.com, but abusing such words is straightly forbidden here. V, E. Transmitting or communicating any content which, in the sole and exclusive discretion of Riot Games, is deemed offensive, including, but not limited to, language that is unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, sexually explicit, or racially, ethnically, or otherwise objectionable;
The title is not meant to be offensive, I just used the famous saying "Karma is a bitch" but in this case directed to the League Karma instead of the real Karma.
Jason (OCE)
: The questions you asked can both be answered with one tool. Event Pan / Crop You can zoom in on things, or zoom out to put them over the top of a clip playing in the background. Pro Tip; If you are using a flat square image for a 16:9 ratio video, it might not let you go outside the box it would otherwise fit. The fix: going into the Event Pan / Crop and right clicking on the box, and selecting fit to output ratio ( or whatever it is ) Remember to try new things, CTRL-Z ( undo ) is your best friend for experimenting Additionally, for font, just find one that you like, that isn't overly boring, or hard to read. ~J
Thanks once again. I will definitely try out using Pan / Crop, I had the problem of the 16:9 ratio before so thanks a lot for the fix. As for the font, I will keep looking for a good one.
Jason (OCE)
: Alright, prepare. Vegas. You're using sony vegas, and I'm guessing you're new to the program. I can give a few tips ( used Vegas for 4 years ). Layering with opacity is a good way to have multiple things going on at once, and perhaps bring focus to one point, instead of awkward jump cuts to slightly relevant things. Text - seeing the usual fonts and styles is a big turn off for audiences, try and customise your font to be more personable. Camera Tool - You'll need to find a way to smooth out the rotation on the camera tool. This will likely come with practice, because now it's very obvious where the key frames are. Feel free to hit me up here with any questions, I'll get back to them when I can :) ~J
Dear Jason. Thanks a lot for the tips. You guessed right I am very new to Vegas and I will be looking at some tutorials to learn how to use it better. I can see how the usual font can be a turn off so I will search for a more personal font. Do you have any recommendations? I was thinking about using "Forte". Yeah I am using SkinSpotlights as my Camera Tool and it is kinda tricky to use at first. I will try to get more smooth camera rotations. I have two questions. First do you know how I can reduce the size of a media? For example to be able to put a picture in the corner of the video. And second, does Vegas have a zoom in effect? So I can show a part of the video more smoothly. Once again thanks a lot for the help.
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