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Is there any program other than Final Cut Pro for a Mac where you can layer video clips on top of one another and change their opacity (much like you would do with images in Photoshop)? Thanks in advance!
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You can do it iMovie 09/11...I'm not at my compuetr ( Mac ) at the moment...but you drag a clip onto an existing clip...you will get a pop up menu...from there you choose Cutaway...open the clip inspector for that clip and adjust the opacity...( You must have advanced tools in preferences selected for this feature )
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Thank you thank you thank you! I have been scouring the net trying to figure this out. I know Final Cut Pro does more complex layering but I simply can't afford it! I really appreciate your help.
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Have fun!
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