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    i have PIP and i am trying to fade the edges on them to soften them as they go across the screen? how can i do that?

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    i saw that, its not exactly what i want to do
    i wanna just round the edges a bit to make it softer, i think that method would work, but there has to be as easier way

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    Easier? Maybe. But it works well and looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robiferretti
    i saw that, its not exactly what i want to do
    i wanna just round the edges a bit to make it softer, i think that method would work, but there has to be as easier way
    Give more details of exactly what you want to achieve. The thread Marc mentioned exactly describes how to do what you asked for, from how I read it.

    basically though, look to the 'edge feather' video effect in Premiere and play with that.

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