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Edit multiple elements of video

Community Beginner ,
Aug 10, 2020

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I'm trying to enlarge part of a video I recorded from a meeting with a slideshow without compromising the other elements in the video and without having to edit each frame in photoshop. Can you help?

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Yea ... duplicating the clip by Alt/Option-drag to V2, then setting scaling/position of the clip on V2, and masking it so it only covers the part you want it to on V1 would do it.

 

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Edit multiple elements of video

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I'm trying to enlarge part of a video I recorded from a meeting with a slideshow without compromising the other elements in the video and without having to edit each frame in photoshop. Can you help?

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Correct answer by R_Neil_Haugen | Adobe Community Professional

Yea ... duplicating the clip by Alt/Option-drag to V2, then setting scaling/position of the clip on V2, and masking it so it only covers the part you want it to on V1 would do it.

 

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Is this a separate video clip or still image, or ... just a segment of the rest of the clip?

 

If the former, that's easy to do. If the latter ... not so much.

 

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Community Beginner ,
Aug 11, 2020

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If I'm understanding your question, I'm afraid it is the latter. It's a recording of a Teams meeting in which the slideshow is the main focus and the panelists's videos appear beneath that.

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Is it possible to crop the slideshow and panelist videos as separate videos then add them to a new video in which they play simultaneously?

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Yea ... duplicating the clip by Alt/Option-drag to V2, then setting scaling/position of the clip on V2, and masking it so it only covers the part you want it to on V1 would do it.

 

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Great I will try that thank you!

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