Having a bit of trouble here. I have Premiere Elements 10 and I am trying to figure something out.
I have a background image that I want to be able to add video into a small section of it, while the rest of the image is still there. The area is framed, so it would go into a specific area on the image.
It would kind of look like how most of your news shows look with the video over the person shoulder, just instead of it being a live person, it is just a still image that the video is in.
I have tried using the Green Screen Key and it will black out the green box, but it will not put the video in there. I have the video on Video 2 witht he image on Video 1. When I add the video into Video 2 it just overlays the entire thing and I cannot see any of the background image at all.
Any help would be appreciated.
If you need, I can provide a link to someone elses youtube video to show what it is I am trying to do.
Are you talking about a Picture-in-Picture effect -- with a person sitting at a news desk and a photo or video inset in the upper left or upper right of the screen?
Here's a tutorial -- but how you specifically do it depends on which version of the program you're using.
Thank you very much. That is exactly what I was looking for.
Also, along with the PiP (Picture in Picture) Presets, referred to in the great tutorial, that Steve linked to, one can create the PiP with the Fixed Effect>Motion>Scale, should they need something different from all of those Presets. The only limit is with one's imagination.