This is commonly known as Picture-in-Picture (PIP), and I know it can be done in the likes of Adobe Premiere and Vegas Video.
Hi, i have 2 video clips, both of the same game match, but from different views. What i want to do is double the width of the video and put the other clip to the right of it and sync the frames so i can encode it into a single video file.
Is this possible? I have Pinnacle Studio 9 and of course Windows movie maker (like that helps )
Any help would be appriciated, feel free to IM me on any of the mediums i have or respond here.
Ty in advance
TY very much.... though luckily i have neither of those :(. Though i am sure i can find some software that does it, i did not know wether or not it was a common feature for software to have, or what name it went by.
Ty a ton,
update: I just found a 30 day trial of Vegas Video and love it. It's actuall video editing software not overly newbie friendly string-together-video-clips-with-kool-FX-for-family-fun-and-the-computer-won't-hurt-you based that most applications are.
Let me know how Pure Motion Edit Studio 4 (as opposed to the lesser known impure motion edit studio 4) works out because it is a great deal cheaper, and in 30 days i'm either going to have to pay alot of money... or be quite unethical with the "30 day trial"