The elements spec allows you to create content that displays on top of live vision such as frames, bugs and lower thirds.
Make sure to read the specs carefully as well as follow the best practice guidelines at the bottom of this page.
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|Frames / Bugs / Lower Thirds||AFL Big Screen - Elements 21
When creating frames or lower thirds you should aim to not cover too much of the big screen vision. We recommend taking up no more than 220 pixels total from the height or width of the screen.
Consider how your frame will be used and which areas of the screen you might be covering up. For example don’t cover up an area of the frame that is likely to feature people’s heads if it is for an interview segment.
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Contact MKTG immediately if you are unable to meet these deadlines.