Transition: how do I turn a minimum overlay into the main video?

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Dec 23, 2020 Dec 23, 2020

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I have two video streams in my project. The forground one is displayed at 15% in a corner (so an inset overlay). At some point, I want it to smoothly takeover the entire screen, blocking the bottom stream. A hard cut is easy (I have that). But can I do it by growing and moving the inset until it occupies the entire screen?

 

And suppose I want the two to switch roles, so the main background one becomes the inset foreground one? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 23, 2020 Dec 23, 2020
Click the stopwatch by scale where you see 15% then go to the time where you want it full screen and change the 15% to 100%. You'd also have to keyframe the position to get it back in the center of the screen.

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Click the stopwatch by scale where you see 15% then go to the time where you want it full screen and change the 15% to 100%.

You'd also have to keyframe the position to get it back in the center of the screen.

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Dec 31, 2020 Dec 31, 2020

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Apparently I forgot to press 'post' on ananswer I already though I gave.

 

Thanks for providing me with the tip. It was too terse for my initial level of understanding but it provided me with enough information to find out what I needed (truly understanding keyframes). Now that I understand it, the answer is perfect.

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Somehow I cannot edit this answer to remove the typing mistakes.

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