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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
Hello After my last posting about splitscreen I did further testing and trying and made a larger PiP video consisting of 6 4:3 Videos in one 4:3 video. The working by percentage for scaling and moving the videoclips was tedious at first. By pixel would be much easier and thus faster. That the preview didn't show the results precisely just meant more work- and waiting time for me to encode the video several times to confirm all the positions in the real video. Example video: Looks good in the encoded result. Wait till the end to see the preview window in VideoPad while editing. Larger gaps and wrong proportions (the white bar is actually 720 pixels wide; as the exported video; 960x720 [= 4:3 Half-HD]). Is that a general bug? Or meant to be? VP not up for 4:3 editing? Only 16:9? Regards, Llama