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Do your zoom on the clip using Scale and Position or Anchor Point (all part of the intrinsic Motion effect). Right-click this clip, and select Nest. Apply the Crop effect to the newly nested sequence, and Position or Scale as necessary.
I am a bit confused. Do you have PrPro CS 5 / 5.5, or PrElements? The reason that I ask is the post to the PrE forum HERE.
As I said in that thread, the answer is "yes," but we need to know exactly what you wish to do, so that we can tell you how to do it.
Now, before we go into a lot of details, that might not apply, let me see if I can understand exactly what you want to do.
You have a Clip on the Video 1 Track in your Timeline. You want to zoom in on a part of that Clip. Am I correct on that?
Now, you talk about a PiP and also cropping. What do you want to crop?
Can you describe the PiP treatment, that you plan on using? For general PiP treatment, you would place the PiP Clip onto, say Video 2, and then Scale and alter its Position to suit. Is it the PiP Clip, that needs cropping?
With those answers, and any more details that you can furnish, we can tell you how to do, what you desire.
Thank you for your reply.
I will try this and let you know.
In the latter part of that example, it appears that the Clip on Video Track 1 was Duplicated and placed onto Video Track 2. There, it was Zoomed into, with the Fixed Effect>Motion>Scale. The Crop Effect was added to isolate just the mouth, and then the Fixed Effect>Motion>Position was used to "move" that Scaled, and Cropped Clip to the right. A Waveform Display was also added, say on Video Track 3, and probably Scaled, Cropped and Positioned too.
It does not appear that any of those Effects (Fixed, or added) were Keyframed to animate over time.
In the Help File, read on these Keywords:
Picture in Picture
Good luck, and thank you for that example. It explains what you want very clearly.
I got it! Thank you Bill and Colin.
You are most welcome, and hope that we could help.