You'll need a green screen for this particular PowerDirector tutorial (ranked No. 1 for enthusiast filmmakers). A blue cloth/screen will work as well. Please note that this is possible with most video editing programs which offer the Chroma Key editing option.
With Chroma Key, you can overlay a video onto a certain color from another video/image, usually green or blue. Check out the video tutorial below - made by PDtoots - a warehouse for hosting video editing tutorials, created by and geared to CyberLink PowerDirector users.
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Depending on what your main interest is, you can customize your video transitions in many ways. Instead of sand, you can use flower petals or leaves - this would work great as an intro for gardening videos. If you're into cooking videos, you may use condiments; if you're into movie reviews, you can use popcorn, etc.
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