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AnimeFreakatYoutube [Avatar]
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How do I use power director 14 to slowly zoom in on to an overlayed video? I am doing a Let's play and I need to zoom in on the video of myself in the corner slowly untill it fill the screen. I have tried crop and zoom, but I cannot controll where I zoom into. I tried the zoom in speacial effect, but I still cannot achieve the effect i want. Can you help me?
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So have you gotten into (after selecting the clip) and used the 'Crop Video' in Power Tools - is THAT what you are saying and this does NOT do what you want it to do - is this correct?

Elaborate - what you mean when you say 'an overlayed video' please.
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This is what i need to do:
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Hi AnimeFreakatYoutube -

CS is right. Some elaboration is needed. There are quite a few ways to interpret what you're trying to do from your description.

Do you mean this?... where an inset video expands to fill the screen?



... or do you want something different?

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Yes that! Please how do i do it?
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Slow zoom?
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sorry i wasted your time
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ynotfish
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It's OK - I talk to myself too laughing

I'm send a little screen capture to YouTube to show you how to do it. These things take time.

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ok. sorry I am on time crunch and the stress is getting to me.
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Geez you can be mysterious sometimes, Dan! laughing

Here you go - no VO - no captions - just an unadulterated screen capture. Should be easy enough to follow.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=poSYfTBYonE

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thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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