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I want to change the size of my over lay in my video during the video, I know how to change the size of the overlay but want the overlay to change with the video. Is this even possible, I've searched read through the book a million time and cant seem to find what I'm looking for. Not sure if this even possible with this program. Any help is very much appreciated. Thanks

 

I've attached a video to show my overlay on the video and you can see sort of what I trying to achieve. This is my example of what I'm looking for, the overlay to stay within the box on the video, match size at it changes big to small.

 

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I want to change the size of my over lay in my video during the video, I know how to change the size of the overlay but want the overlay to change with the video. Is this even possible, I've searched read through the book a million time and cant seem to find what I'm looking for. Not sure if this even possible with this program. Any help is very much appreciated. Thanks

 

I've attached a video to show my overlay on the video and you can see sort of what I trying to achieve. This is my example of what I'm looking for, the overlay to stay within the box on the video, match size at it changes big to small.

 

thanksOverlay sample problems

 

I have never seen anyone be able to do that so I'm guessing that it is not possible with this software. Unfortunately you cannot use pan and zoom on an overlay.

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How about reversing the main video and overlay clips? The overlay is the static box, and the main video is the changing box clip (which is being zoomed in) video. You have to position the overlay so that it ends in the middle of the changing box size.

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I have never seen anyone be able to do that so I'm guessing that it is not possible with this software. Unfortunately you cannot use pan and zoom on an overlay.

 

 

 

Correct, you can not zoom on an overlay. However, you can place multiple overlays of the same picture and udjust placement, length of time, fade in/out and size to meet your needs. Not simple but achieves desired effect. I do this with stills. Clips may be another issue.

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