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    for example:




    plz any idea?
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    There are plugins for this but the cheapest way is to use Photoshop (or any other tool) to create a transparent image with the items you want and overlay this in an NLE.

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    Originally Posted by newpball View Post
    There are plugins for this but the cheapest way is to use Photoshop (or any other tool) to create a transparent image with the items you want and overlay this in an NLE.

    maybe this is imposible ?

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    Go back and read post #2 again. It's easy to do when you have a transparent PNG image overlay.
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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    Hahaha, that's pretty funny. I like that. I would say do a screen capture from your phone against a green or blue screen. Then turn it into a PNG and delete the green in a graphics program, like mentioned above.

    Good for a moon or Pluto shot too.
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    Took about 5-10 minutes using Photoshop and After Effects.
    My Samsung Galaxy GIIS takes screenshots natively, so I shot against a black background, used Photoshop to remove the background, and then assembled using After Effects. Premiere would have worked in place of After Effects too.
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