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    im thinking ofdoing this in studio 11
    do you just do it byadding an overlay video of the same sciene or is there another way ?
    thx
    Darren

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    You would need to mask it or chromkey it out, Do a google search for chromakey, you should find a lot of diffrent tutorials.
    Wil

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    If you want two of yourself on the same screen, film yourself twice as the two separate clones, with the camera on a tripod, and then put one on overlay, and crop it, so that both bits of video are visible at the same time.

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    I've also found it useful to find some sort of physical line in the location you are shooting, and stay behind that line so a stray arm or elbow doesn't cross it. It just makes the joining of the two parts easier in post production.

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