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Keyboard Shortcuts VEGAS

Keyboard Shortcuts VEGAS

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Published by: yaman-indonesia on Dec 24, 2011
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Keyboard Shortcuts
Help Menu
From the Help menu, choose
Keyboard Shortcuts
to view the shortcut keys that can help streamline your work with Vegas Movie Studio software. The available shortcut keys are arranged in tables according to function. Not all features are available in all versions of Vegas Movie Studio software. Please refer to each feature's mainhelp topic for more information about the feature and the versions of the software that include it.
Which keyboard shortcuts would you like to use?Project file shortcutsCommand
Create new projectCtrl+NExit Vegas Movie Studio Alt+F4Close the current project Ctrl+F4Open existing projectCtrl+OProject propertiesAlt+EnteSave projectCtrl+S
Magnification and viewCommandShortcut
Set focus to timelineAlt+0Show Explorer window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+1Show Trimmer window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+2Show Mixer window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+3Show Video Preview window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+4Show Project Media window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+5Show Transitions window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+7Show Video FX window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+8Show Media Generators window(show/hide window if not docked)Alt+9Show/hide event media markers Ctrl+Shift+K Show/hide active take informationCtrl+Shift+I
When this command is selected, the current takeinformation will be displayed on events in the timeline.Pitch shifted audio events will display the amount of pitch shift in the bottom-left corner of the event. If the media has a known root note, the new root is displayed in parentheses:Stretched audio events will display a percentage in the lower-right corner of the event toindicate the stretched playback rate. If the media has a known tempo, the effective playback tempo (after stretching) is listed in parentheses after the stretch amount.Audio and video events that are notsynchronizedwill be highlighted in the timeline, and theamount of offset will be displayed. Very small offsets that are below the resolution of thetimeline may be displayed as 0.00. Set the project time format to samples to see the offset amount.Show/hide waveforms and frame images on events in the timelineCtrl+Shift+WShow/hide
Event Pan/Crop
Video FX
buttons in video eventsCtrl+Shift+CShow/hide event fade lengths between selected and nonselected events:Ctrl+Shift+TToggles the display of the frame under the cursor when you performedge trimming. For example, when you drag the edge of a video event with this command selected, the VideoPreview window will update to draw the last frame in the event as you drag.When the command is not selected, a static frame is displayed.Ctrl+Shift+OShow/hide envelopesCtrl+Shift+EShow next windowF6 oCtrl+TabShow previous windowShift+F6 oCtrl+Shift+TabToggle focus between track list and timeline TabSwitch focus to previous/next track Alt+Shift+Up/DownArrowDecrease height of all tracks (depending which has focus)Ctrl+Shift+DownArrowIncrease height of all tracks (depending which has focus)Ctrl+Shift+Up ArrowMinimize/restore track height (when restoring track height, tracks that you previouslyminimized are not restored—you can restore these tracks by clicking the
Restore Track Height
button on the track header)`(grave accent)
Set track heights to default heightCtrl+`Minimize/restore the window docking areaF11 oAlt+`Maximize/restore the timeline vertically and horizontally(window docking area and track list will be hidden)Ctrl+F11 or Ctrl+Alt+`Minimize/restore the track listShift+F11 oShift+Alt+`Zoom in/out horizontally in small increments (if timeline has focus)Up/Down ArrowZoom in/out horizontally in large increments or zoom to selection (if one exists)Ctrl+Up/Down ArrowZoom in time until each video thumbnail represents one frameAlt + Up ArrowZoom waveforms in/out vertically (audio only)Shift+Up/Down Arrow
Cursor placement, loop region, and time selection
Most of the cursor placement commands, when combined with the Shift key, also perform selection.
Center view around cursor \Go to Ctrl+GSet end of time selection Ctrl+Shift+GGo to beginning of time selection or viewable area (if no time selection) HomeGo to end of time selection or viewable area (if no time selection) EndGo to beginning of projectCtrl+Home oWGo to end of projectCtrl+EndSelect loop region Shift+Q
Restore previous five time selections
BackspaceMove left by grid marks Page UpMove right by grid marks Page DownMove left/right one pixel (when
Quantize to Frames
is turned off) Left or Right ArrowMove to previous/nextmarker Ctrl+Left/Right ArrowMove one frame left/right Alt+Left or Right ArrowMove left/right to event edit points (including fade edges) Ctrl+Alt+Left/Right ArrowJog left/right (when not in edge-trimming mode or during playback) F3/F9Move cursor to corresponding marker or select corresponding region 0-9 keys (not numeric keypad)Move to previous CD track Ctrl+Comma Move to next CD track Ctrl+PeriodMove to previous CD indexor region Comma Move to next CD index or region PeriodSet in and out points I (in) and O (out)

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