The VEGAS Production Assistant Pro plug-in treats multiple files simultaneously with processes such as playback rate adjustment, image sequence generation, reduce interlace flicker, convert to widescreen, broadcast color correction, and more.
Batch processing is accomplished through an easy to use, three-tab interface – Source Media, Processing, and Target Output.
Select the media you want to process, choose from the media on your VEGAS Pro timeline, or easily browse to add multiple files for batch processing.
Choose the processes you want to apply to your source media and control the order in which they are applied. Have a set of processes you use repeatedly? Save them as a preset for easy recall later.
With hundreds of batch processing combinations now available, you can streamline your editing and delivery workflow. For example, users can now output files for a single master to every social media site, disc, and mobile device in various aspect ratios and bitrates from a single master file.
In addition to creating and using a chain of effects, editors can select any video or audio effect available to VEGAS Pro and have it added or removed during batch processing. This provides users with the ability to apply frequently used audio and video effects to single files or selection of files through batch processing.
Donut files or bumpers (opening/closing video files) may be auto-inserted as a Batch Process; providing editors with an automated workflow ensuring that timestamps, broadcast loops, bars/tone are consistently used for every project.
Choose from 21 built-in video filters, giving your source material the look of popular movies. Looks can be applied to a single track or the master bus.
Convert 4:3 content to a widescreen aspect ratio. You can even use the process to reduce interlace flicker and switch content to 30p.
Automatically insert markers into your media based on events, set time intervals, beats or set evenly spaced markers. Works with various marker types including CD Markers, CD Regions, Command Markers, and more.
Apply watermarks, station identifiers, or copyright information to your media over your entire project, at set intervals or a set number of times.
Take a center cut of your footage to match the project settings. Use this feature when you have 16:9 footage in a 4:3 project.
Capture stills from your video at set locations or from the entire project. Use this feature for applications that need image sequences or for automatically generating thumbnails for your videos.