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Overlyas Not Transparent!


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Change the overlay properties.

You can use the tools on the Preview toolbar to do basic editing, or you can click More Settings to display the overlay Settings dialog that allows you to edit numerous features, including the appearance and animation.

 

For more info open Videowave and click on help in the upper right top.

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Sure you can. Add the overlay (you can even use another video) and double click on it which opens the editor. Look at the top for the options, I think its a little red ball, and click on it. At the top it says "Transparancy" with a slider to make it "see through' to the first video.

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Change the overlay properties.

You can use the tools on the Preview toolbar to do basic editing, or you can click More Settings to display the overlay Settings dialog that allows you to edit numerous features, including the appearance and animation.

 

For more info open Videowave and click on help in the upper right top.

 

 

Overlyas are tranparent for photos but not for video, maybe I picked up EMC 8 a little to soon and should go back to EMC 7

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Overlyas are tranparent for photos but not for video, maybe I picked up EMC 8 a little to soon and should go back to EMC 7

 

This all depends on how you prepare your files and the settings used. For example, using GREEN screen like a weather person on TV. The overlay video MUST have the person taped in front of a solid color background. Otherwise, that 'setting' will not work as expected. Once you place the video in the overlay track, you then must SELECT 'chroma keying'. You can also 'shrink' the picture in picture by using the zoom. This tool has not changed much from version 7. Spend some time with the tutorial and HELP files. How to create PIP and chroma keyed overlays isn't that difficult.

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