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    Default how to do these?

    im sorry if i post in wrong section coz i dont know to post this one...

    i just want to know if how they do this kind o video...

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HQP6CEQnUMc&feature=related"]YouTube - Happy Valentines! (Falling Cover)[/ame]

    thanks to any help..

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    It's called picture in picture. There are lots of tutorials on YouTube.

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    do you know what software they're using ?thanks

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    Virtually all video editing software will do this. If you're going to do it in one go you'll need software which gives you one video track per image + one fopr background (so if you want 9 images you'll need software which will give you at least 10 video tracks).

    Many of the consumer programs limit the number of tracks - eg Vegas Movie Studio only has 4 video tracks whereas Pro has an "infinite" number.

    But with careful planning you can do it with only two tracks
    Tim

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    Very easy. You'll just need a decent editing program like Premiere, Sony Vegas or Final Cut Pro. You're given a number of video tracks, kinda works like layers when using Photoshop. Then it's all up to you when you want each footage to appear. Also, most of these softwares will allow you to scale the footage to whatever size you want. You can go further by animating the clips by using keyframes. Okay, have I lost you there? :P

    Asua

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    So Hogardd

    What knowledge would you like to gain?

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    Go visit my website at Jonathon Han

    A great site to visit is also VIDEO COPILOT | After Effects Tutorials, Plug-ins and Stock Footage for Post Production Professionals

    I learnt a lot of my stuff from this site. Great tutorials, actually the best that's out there and it's free!!!

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    If you have any technical difficulties, I'm more than glad to help out

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