Adding a Zoom Effect to Picture-in-Picture

Adding a Zoom Effect to Picture-in-Picture

By Maliek Whitaker

This tutorial shows you how to use two images to create a cool effect for your videos, by using Pinnacle Studio 20 to scale a Picture-in-Picture (PIP) window to a larger or smaller size. Pinnacle Studio Pro Maliek shows you how to place each clip on a separate timeline track and use Studio PIP to create the PIP window. Once you are in Studio PIP you use keyframes to adjust the size and position of the clips and control when the effect starts and stops moving.

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