March 31st, 2008

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split screens on sony vegas 7

I have another question. Does anyone know how to create a split screen, either horizontal or vertical, using sony vegas 7?

I don't mean just overlapping different video footage on top of each other in the same frame, or moving footage far enough out of the frame to make room for a second, different set of footage. I mean an honest to gods split screen where I can have two different sets of footage going at the same time in their own "screen", no overlapping.

I'm probably looking more into a horizontal split screen for the project I'm currently working on, but I'm willing to see if vertical works as well.

Thanks in advance! If you have any questions (because of my possibly confusing explanation), don't hesitate to ask.
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