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Picture in Picture Switch Between Two Sources

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I have a talking head video and a series of images. The presenter runs through the entire video and the images change every ten seconds or so. I want both to be on the screen at the same time. When the presenter introduces an image, that image is up for ten seconds while the presenter is down in a corner. After the ten seconds, the active image moves to the corner and the presenter comes back full-screen. I know how to make a picture-in-picture, but how can I simplify the process of swapping the positions?

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Picture in Picture Switch Between Two Sources

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I have a talking head video and a series of images. The presenter runs through the entire video and the images change every ten seconds or so. I want both to be on the screen at the same time. When the presenter introduces an image, that image is up for ten seconds while the presenter is down in a corner. After the ten seconds, the active image moves to the corner and the presenter comes back full-screen. I know how to make a picture-in-picture, but how can I simplify the process of swapping the positions?

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You may want to create position keyframes for when you want them to change. After you Crete the keyframes highlight them, right click on one of them and choose interpolation/hold. Hold keyframes will hold them in place until the timeline indicator hits another keyframe.

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What I am trying to is always have one track full-screen and always have one PiP.

V1 starts full screen; V2 starts PiP

Then they switch, with V2 full and V1 PiP. The trick is that V1 is one long talking head clip. V2 is a series of images.

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