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PLEASE , does anyone on this FORUM knows how to do this effect ?

Explorer ,
Jul 04, 2020

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I have the face of a person that I would like cut out of  V2 and then  mask or place (whaever the effect is called ) the clip into my timeline sequence. But  I would then like to place the " cut out clip "  in the  top left corner of my timeline sewuence.

 How  would I do this effect.

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PLEASE , does anyone on this FORUM knows how to do this effect ?

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I have the face of a person that I would like cut out of  V2 and then  mask or place (whaever the effect is called ) the clip into my timeline sequence. But  I would then like to place the " cut out clip "  in the  top left corner of my timeline sewuence.

 How  would I do this effect.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Hard to follow your description, can you link an example from somewhere?

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I think OP wants a pip of just the face of a person in the left coner.

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You'll probably need Rotoscoping. You can do that in After Effects. Here's the first google hit I got in a search:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VT3ODb8vsA

 

https://shutr.bz/2DmCGqH - Check out our blog or more info about learning the basics of Rotoscoping in Adobe After Effects and other Motion Graphics Tutorial...

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MyerPj  you are perfectly right , that's exactly what I want to do BUT I DON'T KNOW AFTER EFFECTS , so is there a way to do it in Premiere PRO CC ?.

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No. Time to put on your learning cap and use AE for this.

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Of course you can do this with Premiere.

Its called masking with opacity.

Masking and Tracking in Premiere Pro

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