QUESTION: Keying out black/'Add' compositing
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 7:54pm
Post 1 of 9
is there a way to key out black?
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:00pm
Post 2 of 9
Luminocity key, or change the composite mode (in properties) to add if its a lightswords style effect.
Last edited Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:12pm; edited 1 times in total.
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:08pm
Post 3 of 9
The add key in preferences works better for me,
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:33pm
Post 4 of 9
I can't seem to find the properties menu.
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:40pm
Post 5 of 9
right click, properties
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 8:58pm
Post 6 of 9
when i right cilck nothing happens. where do i right click?
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 9:00pm
Post 7 of 9
when the clip is in the import menu. right click it and go to properties.
Posted: Fri, 16th Apr 2004, 11:21pm
Post 8 of 9
I do it when the clips in the timeline
Posted: Sat, 17th Apr 2004, 12:53am
Post 9 of 9
If you right-click > properties on an object on the timeline the changes you make just effect that object. If you right-click properties on a media browser object the property changes will effect all the future timeline object of that media object you place.
i.e. The media browser object is the parent object, it passes its properties on to the timeline object child when you drag a media object on to the timeline. Once born on the timeline the child object is individual of the media object in many ways so you can then change its properties to do specific things which only effect that child (like reverse it or change its composite mode).
NOTE: On the Mac right-click is really control-click.