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    Hello,

    I am looking for software that will allow me to imbed video into a portion (a specific location of the photo) of a photo, then compile these two formats into another video file.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for this?

    Thanks!
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    I'm just starting to use Avisynth, so be gentle:
    Using an AviSynth script and VirtualDub.
    Save the code as an .avs file and open in VirtualDub.

    Code:
    Base = ImageSource("C:\users\superuser\desktop\mc0000.jpg", fps=25, start=1, end=1594).converttoyuy2()
    
    pip=avisource("C:\users\superuser\desktop\clip.avi").ConvertToYUY2().bicubicresize(120,80)
    
    Layer(Base,pip,"add",255,20,20)
    Base is the image file.
    It's frame rate is set the same as the motion video and it will have 1594 frames (same as in the motion video).

    Pip is the motion video (clip.avi) that plays over the image.
    It gets resized to 120x80

    The 20,20 numbers in Layer are the x,y coordinates where pip is inserted.
    Since Base has no audio, if it's required it can be imported from the Audio menu in VirtualDub.
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    Using an AviSynth script and VirtualDub.
    Save the code as an .avs file and open in VirtualDub.
    Thanks sambat,
    I will try that.
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