Mapping video -- one clip moves with a second clip under it
Find your video in the Assignment Folder under "Head Frame Video". Choose the best shot of you that is easy to work with. Normally this means the one where the frame of the picture is square to the frame of the video. Cut the video so it begins on the person before you and ends on the person after so we can edit it in to the total video when complete.
On the picture frame project you need to find a frame that has the picture frame as square to the frame as possible. Export the picture (use the camera icon on the input screen to capture the frame or use the snip tool on a maximized display screen to capture the image of yourself in the frame.
Now open the exported jpeg in Photoshop. Go to the image tab and select Rotate, Random and experiment until you get the edges vertical and the top and bottom of the picture horizontal. Crop the photo very close to the inner wood edge, in the wood. Then save the cropped image and import into Premiere Pro.
Now drag the cropped image on the layer above the video. Make the start of the cropped image align with the video frame you took it from. Select the cropped image and choose effect control tab on the source monitor.
You will want to control the size, placement, and rotation of the image under video effects with the use of key frames. Make sure at the starting position of the image you make key frames for each. Then adjust scale, position, and rotation to get the cropped image to perfectly lay over the video. Now scrub or use the arrow keys to advance the video until the photo moves a ways in a uniform direction (this varies). Then make new key frames. They will show up on a second timeline displayed in the source window. Now make the appropriate position, scale, and rotation adjustments until the image aligns perfectly with the video in the new position. Scrub to check the motion. Now pick a third position and key frame and adjust accordingly. Continue the process until the picture begins to distort. Then you will need to uncheck the uniform scale box and begin keyframing length and width. The goal is to flatten and make the image disappear from site when the frame goes flat.