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    PIP - Is there an easy way to do picture in picture?

    I'm like a dinosaur with this program, a dinosaur right after the first meteors hit the Earth and cut off all light for dozens (hundreds?) of years.

    What's a good way for user with not a lot of experience to do PIP/picture-in-picture in SpeedEdit?

    Thanks in advance!
    former Chattanooga State graphics program student.

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    Get trained first.

    If you're not too familiar with SE, then I'd suggest that you strengthen your knowledge of the program by reading the manual or failing that visit NewTek's YouTube Channel and go through the SpeedEDIT2 Training playlist videos, since what you're asking can only be done with a fairly strong knowledge of the Control Tree and the ToolShed and if you don't know how to use them, then any explanations given here will only serve to confuse and frustrate you.

    You'll find the playlist here:

    SpeedEDIT2 Training Videos

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    Well i'm fair to moderate with the program, any one or two videos you recommend Shabazzy?
    former Chattanooga State graphics program student.

    youtube videos that show the power of NewTek products:
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    http://youtu.be/PXqmTZMtAj8
    http:/youtu.be/6voXVZjzGXQ

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    Part 7 (Layering) shows you what you need to know.
    Kane Peterson
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    NewTek, Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kanep View Post
    Part 7 (Layering) shows you what you need to know.
    In addition to that, I'd also recommend Part 13: Tool Shed 1 to complete the workflow.

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