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Add Background Image to Video

Adding a background behind your footage can enhance the look and feel and make multiple videos feel cohesive and consistent. It's also great for filling in space when you're publishing vertical footage as a horizontal video.

Let's download, install and run VideoProc Vlogger. Follow the steps below to add background image to video.

Watch the video tutorial on how to add background image to video, or read text instructions below.

Step 1 Drag the image file to the Video Track and the video file to the Overlay Track in the timeline, after you import both of them into VideoProc Vlogger.

add background image to video in VideoProc Vlogger

Step 2 Pull the image file duration to match the video file duration, or any place that you like.

Step 3 Click on the video overlay file and adjust its size and position on the image.

add background image to video in VideoProc Vlogger

If you want multiple video files on the image, click the + button to add other overlay tracks, and then drag your video files into them.

Step 4 To make the background image better blend with the video, click on the overlay track; and then you will see Compositing on the Inspector on the right. Here you can choose an option in Blend Mode to blend the image with the original video.

Blend image with video in VideoProc Vlogger
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