Making a Video Intro


ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 3:19 PM
DDUUUUDDDEEEE oh man, thats so *EDIT* bada**, that was crazy amazing, I love it!! haha,

can you use the music you used from

and when you do the blue light, can you make the background go away? just where the word BinaryBattlefield sits? and have the background go just on the top and bottom, only when the lighting bolt thing hits though, at the other part it looks cool to have it go through it, and

can you make BinaryBattlefield a little longer? so it doesn't seem to sit in the middle, but it would go from one side to the next to kinda cover where the background sits?
Former user wrote on 5/28/2012, 3:44 PM
Here ya go.

Moving the text or changing it's size would take quite a while (it's uses 17 different masks) so it is what it is ;-)

This has been fun, but I've spent about as much time on this as I can. I just had some spare time today and this looked like it would be interesting.

ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 4:12 PM
man, that's amazing! Thank you so much!

EDIT: You wouldn't mind giving me that file would ya? :D
ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 5:49 PM
Anyone know where I can get royalty free beats, music, photos, and all that good stuff?? I found one website for music, but it seems any site I find I have to pay for "/
Duncan H wrote on 5/28/2012, 7:28 PM
Hi Chris,

There's many sites where you can purchase Royalty free assets - video, graphics, music etc. Simply search this Vegas forum for recent threads on the topic, as this issue has been discussed a few times recently, with people posting links to such sites.

From your post below, it appears that you're looking for "free" materials rather than just "royalty free". These are quite different, as I'm sure you're aware and before using Royalty free materials in any (partic paid for) project, you are advised to take careful note of the licensing agreements that are part of the purchase of such royalty free materials. Again, this has recently been discussed on this forum with regards to using music on Youtube, and some of the surprises that await when royalty free materials have been bought and used in projects.

Again, there are many places to look for Royalty free materials (e.g,,,, and please note that I am not endorsing any of these, simply examples, but each of these sites sells (rather than gives away) materials.

Hope this helps.

ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 7:31 PM
Thanks Duncan, you've been great help since the start!
Duncan H wrote on 5/28/2012, 7:46 PM
No problem Chris.

One site you might be interested in is teh Free sound project.

Worth checking out, great for all manner of audio materials.

ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 7:49 PM
Sweet, Thanks,
ChrisAB wrote on 5/28/2012, 8:08 PM
Nice, those are some great sites