ibliss wrote on 11/4/2006, 6:17 AM
right click on an event, press 'N' on your keyboard.

Thie only works on one track, so if you are working across multiple tracks you could use Select All (Ctrl+A).

Or Ripple Editing (check help file) might be your best bet, just remember to turn it off again.
jetdv wrote on 11/4/2006, 2:47 PM
Using a script does this very easily.
jeff-beardall wrote on 11/4/2006, 3:02 PM
yes..i have a great script that does just that...selects all media on all tracks to the right of the cursor (including clips under the cursor).. I use it every day.
Here it is (everything between the asterisks):
import Sony.Vegas;
import System.Windows.Forms;
// Step through all the tracks
for (var track in Vegas.Project.Tracks)
// Step through all events
for (var evnt in track.Events)
// Check to see if event is under or to the right of the cursor
if (-1 == Vegas.Cursor.CompareTo(evnt.Start + evnt.Length))
evnt.Selected = true;
catch (errorMsg)
MessageBox.Show(errorMsg, "Error", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Error);
***************************************************************************** my opinion ripple editing is also a very effective way to do this and also get yourself into a heap of trouble if you are not totally on top of what it does and when to use it. that's why i use the script.
UlfLaursen wrote on 11/5/2006, 8:35 AM
Thanks. It looks nice. I have wanted this feature too.

How do you create the actual script? Do you need the tools described on pg. 341 in the manual, or can you copy/paste the lines here into another editor of some kind?


UlfLaursen wrote on 11/5/2006, 10:59 AM

Found this great link myself:

How to use scripts in Vegas Software

DWhitevidman wrote on 2/5/2007, 4:40 PM
Thanks for the script. I've been trying to figure out how to do this just with the Vegas command and have been frustrated.