How to make your own Cock Hero!

Credit to Vindicare for this guide @ milovana. I repurposed the guide a bit to make it more clear and concise.

With Cock Hero emerging several years ago, it has grown to see many different videos and styles that have kept us busy stroking. There have been many twists, interpretations, and new features added to Cock Hero since it was first created, and it is only going to get better!

Here is how you can make your own Cock Hero video for others to play!

A. Brainstorm

What kind of Cock Hero video do you want to make? Think of the theme. What kind of models do you want to use? Are there a specific set of videos you’d like to use? Will you use many models, or just a select few? Also, are you going to want to create a series, or just a one-time standalone feature video? These are just some of the questions you’ll probably want answered before starting on your video.

B. Organization

Create a designated folder on your computer that will hold all your files. There will be a lot of files you’ll be working with so it’s best to keep organized!

I also suggest you also have subfolders that carry specific files, such as audio, text, different video scenes (teasing, dancing, hardcore scenes, etc.). Have a text file where you’ll write your music list along side which file clip it will coincide with. This make combining the video with certain pieces of music a lot easier to follow!

Organize all your clips and other content earlier! This will make it much easier. Also, decide the tempo/pace of your video with your music. This will help keep a better flow of the Cock Hero video!

C. Video Editing

You’re going to obviously need video editing software for this task. Adobe Premier and Sony Vegas are great options, but there may be free softwares out there you can possibly use.

For the purposes of this guide, we will look at Sony Vegas.

Here is the layout of the software:
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Click on the image to see a larger version.

Here is the layout based on the numbering:
1. Project Media Section – This contains all the files that you are using for ease of access.
2. Video Preview Window – This shows you a preview of your video while you are working on it. Very useful.
3. First video track – This video track will always overlay the other video tracks. You should use this for any written comments or text.
4. Second video track – Using the BREAK and STROKE text
5. Main video track – Here is the main video, basically all the clips you’d be using.
6. Main audio track – line up all the music tracks you will be using. You can find some good free music on soundcloud.
7. Second audio track – Add beats, or other sounds in this area for an added experience.
8. Main work area – You can do a lot of your video editing here. Here you can scroll to zoom and press play to see your video.

Some recommended settings (you can play with them if you think there’s a better option for your Cock Hero Video).

Width: 1280
Height: 720
Field order: None (progressive scan)
Pixel aspect ratio: 1,0000 (Square)
Frame rate: 29.9

D. Start purposing your video and audio

Start dragging and dropping each video clip to the video track. You can adjust the length of the video clip by dragging it along the edges.
You can also do the same with the audio tracks.

There is a fadetime feature that you can add by draggit it in the top left and right corners. You can also speed up certain parts of the video by right clicking and selecting Insert -> Velocity.

If you have audio on your video clip that you’d like to remove, you can simply right click and select Group -> Clear, and ten you can move around your audio and video clips freely as you please.

This is a more clarifying view of the general work area. You can see all the beats, music, video, and text and how they coincide together. The blue lines on the text indicate the fade time and they are draggable.
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For a newbie guide on Sony Vegas, check out this beginner video.

F. Add Beats and matching the beats!

First, you can find a lot of beats on google, or alternatively here:

You’re obviously going to want to match the beats with the music.

Here is what is suggested:

1. Zoom in on the music track you are trying to edit as much as possible. Try to move the beat you are using to match up with the beat of the music. Play the music file to see if it matches.

2. After you have matched it up, right click and press “Insert Empty Event”. This gives you a good measure of the distance between each beat.
Here is an exmaple:
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3. Now you’re going to want to empty the event field so it ends in time for the next beat. You can see an example below.
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You will want to copy the beat and move it to the end of the empty event so you will have two beats with an empty event in between them.

4. Next, copy the event once again and paste it after the second beat. Here is an example as shown below:

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5. Next, mark both of the beats and both of the empty events and copy them. Paste them over several times and combine them together. Now, listen to the track to see if it matches!

Here is an example of a well-matched beat:
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Here is an example of a poorly-matched beat:
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This can get quite tricky if you’re new, but once you get the timing right it is very easy!

G. Render the movie

Select File -> Render As. You will have an option to create the movie with different settings. Once the movie is done rendering, you can open your new Cock Hero movie and see if it works.

I hope this guide has helped you. If you need any help or have any questions, feel free to contact us!