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Compositing

For many people, this term conjures up images of 3-D football helmets flying across the TV screen, or fancy title sequences for movies like The Island of Doctor Moreau or Seven. But most compositing is far simpler than that. In fact, any time you put two or more images on the screen at once, that's a form of compositing. Every lower third is a composite. So is every split screen or picture-in-picture.

In Final Cut Pro, a composite is represented by two or more clips in the Timeline occupying the same point in time. You can accomplish this easily by placing them on separate tracks.


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