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Merge JPG and WMV to create a single WMV file

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I've got to "merge" a bunch of PNG (image) files with WMV (video) files. In every case, a single PNG file, 600 x 450 pixels, will be the "background" and a WMV (video), 280 x 210 pixels, will be an "inset" video ... basically, the image has text/notes and will have the video as an "inset", not always at the same location, but mostly at the lower righthand side of the image. The finished file needs to be a single WMV (video) file.
I've found several programs which "convert", or "merge", but not really sure if they will do what I want. Does anyone have some experience with this and can point me in the right direction? Many thanks in advance.
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by:BongSoo
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This will probably not be much help, but I would probably try to do it in Flash if it were me. And unfortunately, I haven't used Flash in about two years, so it would be an uphill battle. Hopefully someone else will weigh in with a better idea!
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by:Genome_A_W
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as above. place the image on the bottom layer and the movie on the layer above in the position you want. Because of the time line its easy to synch when the background and the movie will change and move. You only need a fairly basic knowledge of flash to achieve this (you dont even need to know action script)
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I used Pinnacle Studio 12. It allowed me to combine the images, audio, and video and to create a single WMV output file.
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