Question about Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum 8
One of my friends has asked me to transfer their wedding video onto DVD and edit it. The only way I know of getting a VCR video footage onto my computer and therefore in my editing software (Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platium 8.0) is to transfer from the VCR to DVD on the TV, then put the newly-recorded DVD into my computer, select 'Import Media' in Sony Vegas and select the 'VR_MOVIE.VRO'. It imports this and can play it, but half the screen is taken up with just plain green. It's quite difficult to explain, but one side of the screen is the actual movie, and the other is just a solid colour. Please, any ideas of how I can remove this, or a better way of transferring the VCR to my computer? Thank you!
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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