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Using basic motion effects to create a picture-in-picture

Using basic motion effects to create a picture-in-picture: Premiere Pro CC 2017 Essential Training: The Basics
Using basic motion effects to create a picture-in-picture: Premiere Pro CC 2017 Essential Training: The Basics

Explore how to use the built-in motion effects that every clip contains automatically in Premiere Pro, primarily Position and Scale. You also add the Crop effect in order to build a layered picture-in-picture effect using three clips. In addition to rescaling/repositioning/cropping the images, you also apply a beveled edge in order to achieve a polished look. Lastly, you save these effects out as a preset that you can use it again.

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Skill Level Beginner
6h 36m
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Video Video Editing Premiere Pro

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