Understanding compositing


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Understanding compositing

This tutorial is about layering or compositing. You can layer clips in Premiere Elements on the Timeline, one track above the other. So, the highest clip, the clip on the highest track trumps whatever is below it in the Timeline. You want to somehow sandwich those clips together so that they all work together. So, parts of them are transparent or a clip is partially transparent. That is called layering and if you have worked with layering in Photoshop, you get the concept but if this is new to you, let me explain it to using these acetates. For instance, let's say this is track 4 and on track 4, we have put a title. The title area is opaque but everything else around the title is transparent.

So, you can see what is below is in the Timeline. In this case, it is a logo. The logo is opaque but this area is transparent. So, you can see track 4 and track 3 together in the Timeline and whatever is below them. And what is below them is this clip of Megan standing in front of a green scr...

Understanding compositing
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Understanding compositing provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jeff Sengstack as part of the Premiere Elements 7 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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