MEP & VPX6 with Pixelan SpiceMaster Pro - Part 2 - Using PIP to move and resize background image in transition

browj2 wrote on 4/15/2015, 1:03 PM

The tutorial in the attached video is Part 2 about using SpiceMaster Pro for creating transitions and picture-in-picture effects and in this part, how to move and resize the background within a transition or picture-in-picture. I also show how to apply an external matte or mask, in this case one that comes with Movie Edit Pro, and use it to apply effects to a picture-in-picture.

SpiceMaster Pro is a 32 bit and 64 bit plug-in that allows you to use their hundreds of animated masks and add edge, border, glow, bevel, and other effects to them. You can even use your own masks, give them some animation and smooth and modify the edges. The possibilities are almost infinite and you can combine these effects with others.

Please feel free to comment and to let me know whether or not this was worth my time and effort, what you liked, did not like, and if you have any questions.

Note that I am in no way connected to Pixelan, except as a user.

Tutorial 11 - SpiceMaster PIP - Master.wmv

John C.B.

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