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Adding a video into a video clip?

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Oct 06, 2020

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I've got this stock footage of a woman in a videoconference, and I'd like to replace the footage on her laptop with a different videoconference clip.

 

If I were doing this as an image in Photoshop I could simply drag the second image into the first, and hit control-T to transform the second videoconference, and stretch the corners of the image to make them fit into the laptop's monitor. Is there a way I can do this with AE? I can resize it, but can't stretch corners or even rotate the secondary clip to make it fit into the monitor.

 

Or maybe there is a better way? I played with masks for a bit, but couldn't get what I was after either.pond5 clip.PNG

 

 

Hi. You can use the Corner Pin effect. If the camera is moving you will have to track the image with the screen so that it moves with it.

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Adding a video into a video clip?

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I've got this stock footage of a woman in a videoconference, and I'd like to replace the footage on her laptop with a different videoconference clip.

 

If I were doing this as an image in Photoshop I could simply drag the second image into the first, and hit control-T to transform the second videoconference, and stretch the corners of the image to make them fit into the laptop's monitor. Is there a way I can do this with AE? I can resize it, but can't stretch corners or even rotate the secondary clip to make it fit into the monitor.

 

Or maybe there is a better way? I played with masks for a bit, but couldn't get what I was after either.pond5 clip.PNG

 

 

Hi. You can use the Corner Pin effect. If the camera is moving you will have to track the image with the screen so that it moves with it.

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Hi. You can use the Corner Pin effect. If the camera is moving you will have to track the image with the screen so that it moves with it.

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The camera didn't move, so Corner Pin was perfect for this. Much appreciated!

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