How to make multiple Picture-In-Picture with iMovie

VinegarTasters

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iMovie allows you to have Picture-in-Picture (PIP) if you turn on "advanced mode" from the preferences. Unfortunately, you can't have more than one PIP in the video at the same time. iMove doesn't allow this.

Well, I figured out how to do it. Here is the result:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eaZ5eNDmRGc

Look near the end of the short video. It shows TWO PIP at the same time.
Before I give away the secret, does anyone know how I did it?
 

daybreak

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I think he should win a price??????????.
Beside all that. You can layer your items in the project pane in iMovie.
 

VinegarTasters

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I think he should win a price??????????.
Beside all that. You can layer your items in the project pane in iMovie.
What do you mean by "layer your items". What does that have to do with PIP?
I can give him a free software registration... (but the software runs on Windows).
 

Ifti

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I did the same with iMovie to create the quad PIP in this video - forward to 8.15.....

 

VinegarTasters

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embedding works?

Embedding videos works in this forum? Let me try:




If it works, you should see the three videos that PIP each other two at a time.
 
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