Understanding compositing


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Understanding compositing

One of the most powerful features in Premiere Elements is the ability to layer or composite video clips one above the other in the Timeline, such that those clips can all somehow work together. Now you know that if you put a video clip on a top track in the Timeline, it covers up whatever is below it in that Timeline. But you can make that clip, and other clips below it, partially transparent or make parts of it transparent, such that they all work together. Now if you've worked with Photoshop, this is probably abundantly clear to you. But otherwise it might be a little bit mysterious, but think about it for a second. You've already worked with titles, titles have opaque areas where the text is, but around the opaque areas, it's transparent.

So you see the text, but you see the clip below, that's compositing. Now in Premiere Elements there are many ways to composite video. In fact, there's a whole effect category called Keying that has about a dozen different ways. Ther...

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 9 Essential Training

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Video
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Premiere Elements
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