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Old July 20th, 2010, 09:02 PM   #1
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Vegas Cutting Off Graphic

Hello all,

I have a graphic (shown below) which is intended to spin and then stop. Got the keyframing down OK, but Vegas is cutting off the graphic (which is mostly text). In Event Pan/Crop, I'm using the 1.85:1 Academy ratio to get the graphic to fit.

Is there any way I can get Vegas to stop cutting off the graphic? I don't want to downsize the graphic further, as I want it to be big enough to have some visual impact. I also think that the effect looks stupid when it gets cut off as it spins.

Suggestions, anyone?
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Old July 21st, 2010, 06:19 AM   #2
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After adding an image to the timeline, my first step is to always open Pan/Crop, right-click the image, and choose "Match Output Aspect". After that it will match our output exactly. Then anything that gets cut off will get cut off because it's off the screen.
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