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Working on the video and I need to do a little manipulation with the PIP video insert.


Sample pic:

[Image: images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTSooPmbVf_BkslJQ_Acxj...fw3bG5qgVy]


I can not figure out how make the video fit the 'perspective' of the tv ^

I can get a video PIP (picture in picture) to place correctly on the 'computer' but not at the right perspective.

grr..

I have searched for days trying to figure this out.


[Image: DSC06142.jpg]


Is it possible?

Facepalm
see if this helps you out @Ishtahota
https://filmora.wondershare.com/guide/pi...cture.html

sniplet:

To Add a Mask Frame

Not satisfied with the rectangular shape of your clip?

Apply a mask effect to it.
A click of the button brings up dozens of mask effects,
which can be utilized to adjust the shape of your media file.
Go to Effects > Filters > Utility > Shape Mask.

Note: you need to drag the mask filter onto overlay video clip,
not on another blank track.
Otherwise, the mask filter will be applied on the background video.

[Image: PUrNqX8.jpg]


After double click on the overlay clip,
a video editing panel will be opened at the top left corner.
Go to Video Effects to adjsut X, Y, width, height
and feather.
If you want to a rectangle or round overlay,
drag the yellow dot to left or right in the preview window.
[Image: JF88hs9.jpg]

i used this search term
filmora 9 pip fit the 'perspective' of the tv screen size

Wink

~mc~

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Did you figure it out @Ishtahota ?
(04-13-2019, 03:14 PM)9mms Wrote: [ -> ]see if this helps you out @Ishtahota
https://filmora.wondershare.com/guide/pi...cture.html

sniplet:

To Add a Mask Frame

Not satisfied with the rectangular shape of your clip?

Apply a mask effect to it.
A click of the button brings up dozens of mask effects,
which can be utilized to adjust the shape of your media file.
Go to Effects > Filters > Utility > Shape Mask.

Note: you need to drag the mask filter onto overlay video clip,
not on another blank track.
Otherwise, the mask filter will be applied on the background video.

[Image: PUrNqX8.jpg]


After double click on the overlay clip,
a video editing panel will be opened at the top left corner.
Go to Video Effects to adjsut X, Y, width, height
and feather.
If you want to a rectangle or round overlay,
drag the yellow dot to left or right in the preview window.
[Image: JF88hs9.jpg]

i used this search term
filmora 9 pip fit the 'perspective' of the tv screen size

Wink

Facepalm

I have been all over that damn site and even joined the forum to ask questions.

Thanks for that vid and reply. I did see that clip (among hours of others) in my ventures but missed the above in your post.

A couple that really helped:










I was able cheat, i suppose.

I wasn't able to find a function that would allow me to 'stretch' a video to make it fit an out of perspective rectangle on an existing monitor (as above) but I was able to change the 'screen' (as in the vid) to green and just bring the video behind it. with a little tweeking, it doesn't look bad.

Thanks for the effort!

I suppose this would be alot easier if I actually knew HOW to use the editor. This is my first vid using Filmora.

Check pm.