How to create a window in the window? What would be in a small window, you can display a larger elements with the main video?

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How to create a window in the window? 
What would be in a small window, you can display a larger elements with the main video?
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If I am reading this correctly you could use the PIP or just have two of the same images on your timeline and resize one and place it where you want it by using the Visual Properties in Camtasia Studio 8. If this is not what you meant can you give more information on what you are wanting to accomplish and the steps you are using to try to accomplish this. I am going by the image you provided below as that is very doable in Camtasia Studio. Thanks for posting and I hope you like the information provided and it helps a little. If you have any other questions please ask. and have a great day.
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It looks like you are using the same video or Image twice. In that case you would put the video in the timeline twice.  Follow the steps outlined. See Image Below ,Click to enlarge.

Please Respond back and let me know if the instructions are complete.

Regards, hope this works for you, Joe
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And as a small window you can move the image that would have been something like mapping a particular purpose, and not a certain area of ​​the video? In short as possible in a small window, displaying a larger size, a certain object with the main image?

Tnank's!!!!
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For example Vedeo about the forest ... and in a small window displays the video in a larger size, a running mouse with the main video?

ie, not the place of the video, and a moving object with the main video.
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Joe thanks for chiming in. I forgot to post that method too. I also should have looked at the smaller image more too. Then I would have seen it was cropped. Nice to see the screen shots you posted. I should do that more often myself but did not have the time to do so today. Cheers.
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I'm getting faster with Images all the time. It still took me quite a while to fire up Camtasia , generate screen shots and complete all the steps for the final image. But from my perspective, explaining this process in it's entirety, so even people new to editing can follow. Can be difficult and time consuming as well. A Picture's worth a thousand words,  an arrow aimed at a resizing handle. Beats the fact that a number of people may not even know what a resizing handle is, that renders written words useless real quick. I see I made a couple of typing errors on that one. The image should even make up for that. Plus dinner was ready.
Regards, Joe    
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I totally agree with you on this Joe. It is time consuming and takes more time to be thorough and to the point for new users. There are training videos there but they cannot possibly cover every issue or most are paid for products and new users and others don't always want to pay or cannot afford to pay to learn more. That is why you, me and other users on this forum try to help and have through the years. Thanks for your contributions Joe as they are appreciated by me.
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You both are great!!!
Thanks from mee to, it is a very good advice!
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I believe I understand what you are shooting for @Laa911.

Camtasia does not have a built in motion tracker. So it's a little tricky. Look at this video and let me know if it's what you are trying to do. If it is, I could throw together a tutorial for you to follow. The effects don't start until about 20 seconds in. http://www.screencast.com/t/VOGeCaFiZUy
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That is a pretty cool effect Joe. I am sure other users would like to see that tutorial as it could be kind of tricky for that effect. PIP Placement, Visual Properties and all kind of other things could be done for accomplishing that. Thanks for posting your video. Have a great day Joe.
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And how we can make these cubes on different parts of the video. Naprmper first increase in one place. Then another that moves and shows different? ie, nesolko different cubes at different times?
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Yes, Joe, I would like to see that trick too!

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