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Thread: Making a "split screen" scene in Cyberlink

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    Default Making a "split screen" scene in Cyberlink

    Hi there. I make videos for my Warcraft guild (lol nerd) of our boss kills and stuff, and recently I started collaborating with another player to add multiple points of view.

    The video I want to do this in is here-
    [ame=""]YouTube - The Fabled vs Algalon 25 [Heroic: Observed][/ame]

    Notice how there are two different points of view; at one point in that movie I would like to make it so you see both of our screens in kinda a split-screen format (similar to a split-screen format you would see in a console video game, like Goldeneye or Halo).

    Is there any way I can do this? The closest I've found is to just stretch one video as a PiP object over half of the other video, but then the perspective of both videos isn't centered and you just see the bottom of both our screens.
    Last edited by Marc Peters; 08-09-2010 at 12:24 PM.

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    Many of the popular video editors aren't very good when it comes to this kind of stuff. It tends to be neither easy, nor efficient. I would suggest using video processing software that specifically targets this kind of task... RaceRender is one such option.

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