Hi... been working with Vegas for many years and haven't found a good answer to this.. hoping someone here can help.
- I'm creating a composite title screen where I ultimately want the different elements to resize/move together
- The different graphic elements are on separate tracks, as children to a parent track.
- I can resize and move them all together using Parent Track Motion, and DO resize them all using parent track motion so they are the size and position I want them in.
When I apply visual effects (e.g. RAYS) to one of the graphic elements, the rays clip at the edge of the now-smaller (resized) frame, instead of going all the way out to the edges of the screen. This looks bad. :(
I found that if I apply the effect (RAYS) to the master output, it goes out to the edge of the screen, but isn't really accomplishing the composite I want. I do realize I could keyframe the movements of each child element and then not nest them to a parent, and resize the individual elements using Event Pan/Crop -- but that's neither elegant or precise.
Is there a simple way to avoid this clipping problem which I haven't found?
It'd be super neat if, when adding an effect, I could say that it should avoid parent resizing/bounds.