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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzP_UgyTO6k"]YouTube- How to make a P.I.P. (Picture In Picture) video using sony vegas pro 9.0[/ame]
    This is a little tutorial I have made to show you how to do a P.I.P. effect in Sony Vegas pro 9.0.
    Sorry about the lag, camtasia's fault
    It is my first attempt, so constructive criticism wouldn't go a miss.
    Thanks for watching
    Last edited by jackisback; 04-07-2010 at 11:54 PM.

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    I think you need to do this again. The video appears twice.

    At the end when your showing the result we don't see the result !

    Apart from that is for ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight Blue View Post
    I think you need to do this again. The video appears twice.

    At the end when your showing the result we don't see the result !

    Apart from that is for ok.
    Hi,
    Thanks for telling me. That's very odd
    I'll see if I can do it again, with the result and without the repeat
    jackisback
    EDIT: Here it is, all sorted out hopefully:
    Please let me know if there is anything I have done wrong. It is still processing so the quality's a bit iffy still. But at last, it;s here:
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KzP_UgyTO6k"]YouTube- How to make a P.I.P. (Picture In Picture) video using sony vegas pro 9.0[/ame]
    Last edited by jackisback; 04-07-2010 at 11:55 PM.

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    Well done indeed.

    3 alternatives - nothing wrong:

    1] Having Impact: From the outset, place your Track 1 Event directly over the Track 2 Event then when you reveal the Event 2 as the background it will have a far greater effect on the viewer.

    2] Easy Import: Again, from the outset just drag video directly to timeline - you get the tracks you need automatically.

    3] Easy Manipulation: Roll your cursor over the Corner of the Track Motion Rectangle that represents your Event to get a Circle and just drag. I rarely do "numbers" and rely on the look of the thing and use the Preview Grid overlay for alignment.

    Good stuff! Keep it up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grazie View Post
    Well done indeed.

    3 alternatives - nothing wrong:

    1] Having Impact: From the outset, place your Track 1 Event directly over the Track 2 Event then when you reveal the Event 2 as the background it will have a far greater effect on the viewer.

    2] Easy Import: Again, from the outset just drag video directly to timeline - you get the tracks you need automatically.

    3] Easy Manipulation: Roll your cursor over the Corner of the Track Motion Rectangle that represents your Event to get a Circle and just drag. I rarely do "numbers" and rely on the look of the thing and use the Preview Grid overlay for alignment.

    Good stuff! Keep it up!
    Hi, thanks for the tips and the great comments
    I'll try them later

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