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  1. Vegas Pro. I have maybe 10 or so video clips of various sizes all less than 1080p. It's footage of old video games.

    How do I combine them so it looks like one long video that scrolls to the left? Game after game?

    Possible to do in Vegas or do I need other something like After Effects?
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    This is often called a "push", but you would need to layer a series of them where their edges are seamless. This usually takes much preparation in both the generation/rendering and the editing/compositing.
    Hint: sometimes when tiling, a half-field flip comes in real handy.

    Yes, possible to do in Vegas or most layerable NLEs, usually more efficiently done in AE, though.

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  3. Thanks. Now that I know what it's called I can find a tutorial.

    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    This is often called a "push", but you would need to layer a series of them where their edges are seamless. This usually takes much preparation in both the generation/rendering and the editing/compositing.
    Hint: sometimes when tiling, a half-field flip comes in real handy.

    Yes, possible to do in Vegas or most layerable NLEs, usually more efficiently done in AE, though.

    Scott
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    As Scott says, a "layerable" NLE supports full compositing.So you need Vegas Pro. Vegas Pro does full compositing.

    So long as Magix preserved the original Vegas Pro tools.

    Yeah, you have to render out the "push" first as a video.
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