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    Can I put a smaller movie in corner of movie? Final Cut Express
    I am making a film in Final Cut Express and wanted to know if there was a way I could take some movie clips, make them smaller, and place them in the corner of my movie so technically a movie inside a movie but you can see both. Example: When a news reporter gives the news while a small box to her right is playing a clip.


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    I'm not sure about FCE but in FC Pro its as simple as scaling down the footage you want smaller and then just moving within the viewer to the correct position.

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    Yes you can

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