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Lesson 9. Superimposing > Superimposing

Superimposing

Superimposing (often called matting or keying in television and film production) means playing one clip on top of another. In Premiere, you can add clips to the superimpose tracks (Video 2 track and higher). Then you can add transparency or fades so that the clips placed in lower tracks in the Timeline partially appear as well. If you don't apply transparency to the clip in the highest track, the clips directly below will not appear when you preview or when you play your final movie.


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