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    Default blurring the edges....

    If I do a picture in picture or a split screen in Sony Vegas 7 then how can I blur the edges of the join so it isn't so obvious ?
    Cheers
    Ecca

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    I do this 2 ways: PiP or MASKING

    PiP( Picture In Picture );

    Use Feather? No? Not what you want?

    MASKING

    Method: Here you are going to MASK away what you don't want!

    #1 Track 1 - Your insert Picture

    #2 Track 2 - Your Background

    Now, use the MASKING tool in Pan/Crop. This has far more control, feather, IN/OUT, size etc etc

    But if neither of these fit the bill, then you are asking about something entirely different?

    But I think you are after manipulating 2 videos inside one frame? Yes?

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    Hi,

    You could use the "Track Motion" tool.

    Resize the picture or video in the top track, this will resize the track and show the second track behind it. You can select the look you want from here.

    You can also now add a 2D Drop Shadow or a 2D Glow, this will define the edges.

    Hope this helps.

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    Default

    Use track motion for the pip and then the Border plug in for the clip will work.

  5. #5

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    Thanks all.... exactly what I wanted
    Cheers
    Ecca

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