How to make videos play on top of another playing video? ("Advanced Technique")

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So for you guys to see what I mean, please go to 20:49 on this video. Many YouTubers use this technique to get their audience to click on another video. I want to learn this technique as well. Do they simply put two layers together and minimize it? Is it possible to do this with Camtasia? How would YOU go about recreating this technique?
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Oh, the LINK to the video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szY9hUdCZek
Remember, it's at 20:49. 
I forgot to add it to the details! 

If anyone can help me out with this, I will love you so much! :)
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Hi Kevin

See if these videos help
https://youtu.be/hUNizeihVzE

https://youtu.be/qx6C68i2MuY

Cheers... Rick :)
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Thanks RIck. I see this is a Sony Vegas tutorial. So i wanted to ask you, what are the video editing programs you usually use or recommend? I'm thinking i should learn Sony Vegas as well?
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Well, in this particular case, Camtasia should work just fine, as it would easily allow layering videos to behave as you are wanting.

I'm simply "Vegas Aware" and have never used it. My video editing applications are Camtasia and Adobe Premiere Pro.

Cheers... Rick :)
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HOLY CRAP! All I had to do was add layers and minimize the video screen for each of those layers? THAT WAS SO FREAKING EASY! xD I feel so stupid right now haha. Thanks for your help xD
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Its so easy task and the option is available there in YouTube.

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