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Picture In Picture


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In addition to what Patty said, if you want that overlay on only one picture/video clip, you may want to put it on the internal overlay track. That way it will always stay with that same picture when adding or deleting other pictures/clips. To do that, double click on the background picture in the timeline view, the internal tracks will open, and you can place the overlay on the overlay track and adjust as Patty described.

 

Oops, I meant to say that, I answered two today and I did include that on the other one, sorry. :)

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Is is possible to do "picture in picture" in VideoWave 7?

 

If so, can someone give me a clue abour how to do this?

 

Thanks!

 

 

Put the background picture into storyline, switch to timeline then add you second picture into the overlay track. Right click on the overlay picture and choose edit. You will get a window that will give you various options such as sizing the picture and moving it into a location that you want. You can also choose how it appears, fade in or out, fly in, etc.

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Put the background picture into storyline, switch to timeline then add you second picture into the overlay track. Right click on the overlay picture and choose edit. You will get a window that will give you various options such as sizing the picture and moving it into a location that you want. You can also choose how it appears, fade in or out, fly in, etc.

 

In addition to what Patty said, if you want that overlay on only one picture/video clip, you may want to put it on the internal overlay track. That way it will always stay with that same picture when adding or deleting other pictures/clips. To do that, double click on the background picture in the timeline view, the internal tracks will open, and you can place the overlay on the overlay track and adjust as Patty described.

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