What version of Premiere Elements are you using and on what computer operating system is it running?
So for now I will generalize.
If you have video on Video Track 2 and video on video on Video Track 1 directly below, it is only the video on Video Track 2 that you are going to see unless there is some transparency in the video on Video Track 2 file that will let the video on Video Track 1 show through.
So with regard to
I have two video clips in a window and want to know how to place video clip a, in a small window, over video clip
a. Select the video on Video Track 2 and scale it down and reposition it.
b. Use a PiP (Picture in Picture) effect which you drag into the video on Video Track 2.
(These PiP effects are typically found with the Effects under the Presets category.)
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thanks so much - this is helpful
Thanks for the reply. We are glad that the suggestions were helpful.
If you get involved with the Effects/Presets and PiP (Picture in Picture) Effects, there are lot of possibilities for creating effects.
I sort of got carried away once I started exploring the following effect.
I thought that I had set the demos to music in that blog post, but I am not hearing music when I went to check out the blog today.
I need to figure out if I forgot to include the music or whether blogspot is having a problem
with the uploaded samples.
Please do not hesitate to ask if any questions.