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Embed one video inside another

Discussion in 'Photos and Video' started by Hughie, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. Hughie

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    Can anyone please point me at a video editor (other than CyberLink PowerDirector) which allows a video clip to be embedded within another video clip.

    Thanks.
    Oh yeah, the cheaper the better.

    EDIT: e.g. for embedding an FPV recording within a GoPro recording.
     
  2. knuckles

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    I use adobe premiere elements 13 for my videos which can do that. It costs about $80 though.
     
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    Thanks, I will download the trial.
     
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    There's a tutorial on YouTube or somewhere else on how to do it. You basically go to expert mode, add an additional video track then resize the window to fit on the screen. I did this with multiple videos on the opening screen of this video
    [vimeo]115035711[/vimeo]
     
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    I believe you can do it in iMovie as well...
     
  6. Hughie

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    Adobe product looks nice and does what I want, but steals 100% CPU when processing and locks up my 6 core machine.
    I am currently looking at Wondershare Video Editor which seems to do everything I need and is pretty cheap (~£28).
    I didnt get a chance to look at iMovie because I assume this Mac specific.

    Thanks again for your replies.

    And I think, when I rather clumsily said "Embed one video inside another", I should have just said "PIP".