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Mask in Alamy visible in rendered output

Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 8:10am

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luftangrep

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I am just doing a quick test with using mask in Alamy. The mask works fine one place, but in the right side down in picture, the mask is visible when rendering!

Take a look at the file output in .wma format here: ftp://alamy@217.199.59.94
Userid: alamy
pass: dv2
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 11:51am

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Simon K Jones

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Did you install and use AlamDV2 in a 32-bit colour mode?
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 12:40pm

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luftangrep

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>Did you install and use AlamDV2 in a 32-bit colour mode?

Yes. Its was installed in 32 bit mode. And I run it in 32 bit mode also. I have a Pinnacle Liquid Edition Pro card installed on PC. Can that mess up something?
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 4:13pm

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I cant see any mask...
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 4:55pm

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NoClue

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I can't see it either. Video looks fine to me.
Posted: Wed, 14th Apr 2004, 6:31pm

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Brettsta

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its on one of the corners of the square thing. It goes quick, bottem right. You can see it changes color. It doesnt looks like a mask though to me.
Posted: Thu, 15th Apr 2004, 6:44am

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luftangrep

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The animation goes very fast so its hard to see. I have uploaded two jpg images of what I mean for u too see. I have tried to draw the mask in different ways but I can still see it in the final animation

ftp://alamy@217.199.59.94
Uid: alamy
Pass: dv2

Filename: Mask in Alamy.jpg and Mask rendered.jpg

Any trick on making the mask better? Or is the mask function in Alamy not any good to use on like this sort of production? Or maybe its just me... sad