- Getting Started
- Basic Editing Tips for Mac
- Add Video Effects
- Advanced Editing Tips for Mac
- Action Cam Video Editing
- Save and Share
- Filmstocks guide for mac
- Remove Watermark for Mac
A video overlay, also known as PIP (Picture in Picture), is an effect where one video clip overlaps another video clip. Often one video is shrunk down and played in the corner of the other video, like when a screen recording includes face cam footage.
Using video overlays enables you to simultaneously display two or more video clips on the screen. It is a useful technique for creating online tutorials, product demonstrations, and gaming videos.
Apart from layering your own video footage or photos above background videos you can also choose use the motion elements provided in Filmora9 for Mac. You can find these motion elements by double clicking video clip on timeline.
Drag the overlay clip to the desired position in the Preview Window. It is recommended that you keep the overlay clip away from any text you are using to stop your video from looking crowded.
In the Preview Window, drag the handles around the overlay clip to resize it. You can rotate and flip the clip here too.
Double click the target overlay clip, you will activate the editing panel, in which you can compose and apply green screen to it.
Apply Green Screen to Overlay Clip
Choose Green Screen tab, click anyone to apply, click OK to apply. Check this Green Screen function in more details here.
Apply Compositing Effects to Blend Videos
Click into the Compositing tab and select a compositing to blend your main video with your PIP clip. You can adjust your opacity depending on how intense or subtle you want the effect to be.
Split screen: If the version you are using is Filmora9 before, you will learn how to split screen in this PDF document(5.8).