Camtasia Series: How to Add Pip in Camtasia Studio 6.0


Uploaded on April 17, 2010 by fourblogger Have you seen videos like these? Showing screencast in full video and in corner a man talking on video?

You can do this using PIP option in Camtasia studio. You need two media files to do this. You can overlap a video or image at any corner of another video or image. You have the option to locate the overlapping video at any corner right bottom, left bottom, right top, left top. This video shows how to overlap videos in Camtasia. You can overlap image on video, video on image, video on video, image on image.


Click on Import Media Go to Tracks above the timeline Select PIP track and PIP audio track Import another video to timeline.

Then follow this video to overlap video on video.

From this video, you can select where you want to put one video on another video. You can select the video size, include border for video you can Fad PIP video in and out. Then finish.

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