Please Help! Can I flip half of video?

wegga wrote on 5/7/2015, 2:59 PM
Regarding this image... http://www.weggaproductions.com/images/video-pic-050715.jpg

I have one video file where I recorded two people over Skype. I'm looking to reverse left the guy on the left so that he is looking the other way. I want to do this for the entire video. Does anyone know if I can do this with Sony Vegas?

Thanks for your time!

Gregg

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SecondWind-SK wrote on 5/7/2015, 3:48 PM
Here's what I did. In the track info area to the left of the time line, right click and select duplicate track. On the bottom track create a mask that cover the left interviewee. On the top track, select pan-crop. In the pan/crop window right click on the image and select flip horizontal. Now, go to track motion on that track and position the image properly. You now have the guy on the left favoring the center of the screen. Make sure the cursor in pan/crop and in track motion is at the beginning of the clip when you do both of the above.
john_dennis wrote on 5/7/2015, 3:54 PM
Put your media into these two projects and it will get it done.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/40618156/2015-05-07%20Reverse%20Screen/Reverse.zip

Don't have time to 'splane it at the moment.

Edit: Changed source media to more [I]in[/I]-credible subject matter.

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johnmeyer wrote on 5/7/2015, 8:08 PM
If I correctly understand what you want to do, I think it is very easy.

1. Duplicate the track that contains the video.
2. Go to the Track Motion control in the header of the upper of these two tracks, right click on the main area of this dialog and flip horizontal.
3. Use the cursor key to slide this flipped video right or left, depending on which side you want this flipped video to appear. The original, unflipped video, will show through as you move the upper video. Adjust the upper video X position until it is back in its original position.