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Hello there,
sorry for my english.
Last night i have record i video with my webcam. There are two guys sitting on a couch. Now i want to cut one guy out from the video. How can I copy a fragment from the video (where nobody is sitting on the couch) an paste it in the rest of the video? So only the right guy is visible.

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Greets,
Marco
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Hmm, well the easiest would probably be to use a tool like Motion or Adobe After Effects where you can mask off a portion of the video and lay it on top of the other video.

The next solution would be to use something like a giant green screen. Hang it over the section you *don't* want blocked off, record the video, then use the green screen video control of your editing software.

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