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Multiple, Simultaneous Video Files In A Single Production?


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A friend and I have both captured video from the same game, I'm wanting to make a video that is basically split, where it displays both of our videos at the same time.

 

Here's an example of the sort of thing I'm looking to accomplish:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZKa7NYgRIQ

 

I haven't found a way to do this with video wave, but I wanted to double check before looking at other software.

 

Thanks!

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Of course it can be done in VideoWave...

 

Basically it is done through 'Overlays' and depending on How you want to present it, you might use a Color Panel on the Video Track and add both your files as 2 different Overlays...

 

Get Thee into Timeline View ;)

 

A couple of tthe regulars have made some videos that would be of use to you:

 

 

 

 

Karri's -

 

Steve's -

 

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Of course it can be done in VideoWave...

 

Basically it is done through 'Overlays' and depending on How you want to present it, you might use a Color Panel on the Video Track and add both your files as 2 different Overlays...

 

Get Thee into Timeline View ;)

 

A couple of tthe regulars have made some videos that would be of use to you:

 

Karri's -
]HERE
[/url]

 

Steve's -

 

FANTASTIC! I will be checking these videos out as soon as I'm able. Thanks so much!

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Of course it can be done in VideoWave...

 

Basically it is done through 'Overlays' and depending on How you want to present it, you might use a Color Panel on the Video Track and add both your files as 2 different Overlays...

 

Get Thee into Timeline View ;)

 

A couple of tthe regulars have made some videos that would be of use to you:

 

Karri's -
]HERE
[/url]

 

Steve's -

 

 

Jim the link to Steve's video is dead

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Got it figured out - yeah the one link was dead and the other wasn't specifically helpful, but the mere mention of overlays was enough for me to figure out the rest. Funny how it just takes that little nudge sometimes - I am rather new to video editing, after all. I had to scrap a couple of production files before I finally got it right, but it turned out just fine. Thanks again for your help!

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