How To: Enable Picture in Picture (PIP) in your Camtasia Studio projects

Enable Picture in Picture (PIP) in your Camtasia Studio projects

Show a separate clip in your larger video file, like an inset of yourself on a webcam when you're making your own tutorial video! This will show you how to set up your project to enable picture in picture viewing, for all or part of your video.

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This was a helpful video -- I had some trouble with the position of a PIP and this cleared it up, clarified it or whatever... :-). I like your relaxed style, which is OK for this type of web tutorial, but too much vagueness could be irritating.
Nice tip to use opacity when Hide PIP is greyed out, by the way.


I've been trying to insert a Camtasia video as a PIP into another one but am never allowed to put anything into the PIP track by Camtasia. Instead, my track ends up in the timeline instead. I've looked up enabling PIP in Camtasia and haven't been able to figure out what's going wrong.

Hope you'll be able to help!!


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