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Hi is it possible to have edit multiple video clips and see them all reduced in size and displayed at the same time in one screen. that is, to create a synced music video of separate musicians playing different parts and instruments and sync them in audio and in picture? thanks in advance, hive mind.
Or rather video in video.... The problem with using the 'SCALE' effect is that unlike imovie which conveniently reduces the size of the entire video image to fit in the larger video, Videopad has the utterly bewildering feature of zooming into the image rather than actually scaling it to whatever size needed! In other words, when you increase or decrease the size of the thumbnail video inside the larger video (via sliders or in the preview itself) it actually zooms into the image rather than simply reducing or increasing as is. Hope what I'm talking about is clear... Is there any way to actually just increase or decrease the size of the thumbnail video inside the main video without that annoying zoom effect? Thank you
I have figured out how to add a picture in picture (smaller video playing within a larger main video. However, both videos are dark, and I would like to add a thin, light-colored border around the smaller video in order to create a contrast between that smaller embedded video and the main larger video. I've successfully added a border to the clip, but it doesn't seem to translate to that border being part of the PiP. As an alternative, I thought about adding a separate empty rectangle around the PiP or a full rectangle behind the PiP in order to "fudge" a border, but I'm not sure how to do that either. Can anyone help? Jeff
Hey everyone I was just wondering if there was a way for me to have a main video playing while having another video playing inside it. So while your main video is being displayed full screen a completely different video is playing in the middle of it or off to one side at the same time? Is that possible and how do i do it if it is?