Whats up guys, thanks in advance for your help, opinions, and time.
Here is what I would like to do, and wonder if Vegas can do. Let's say I have a video track with green screen on the right, and blue screen on the left of my image/screen. The shape of the blue and green change constantly. Underneath this layer I have two different things to show on the respective green and blue screens. How do I achieve this? How can I assign a different background to each?
I know that chroma key works as a window, showing the layer underneath, but how do I assign 2 different backgrounds to the 1 top layer based on color? So that no matter where my blue and green shapes move, even overlapping (not mixing), they show their assigned backgrounds.
If only Color Correction(Secondary)'s masking had a "fill pattern" type option, I'd be all set. I'm trying to understand parent/child layers, though I don't know if that's the correct route.