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Posted: Sun, 3rd Feb 2008, 1:10am

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D3L3T10N

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I'm sorry, just got CompositeLab and new to whole thing, and I think the is in the wrong place, eek but
can you make a mask that shrinks with a picture?
Posted: Sun, 3rd Feb 2008, 1:14am

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Axeman

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Yep, its called a garbage matte, and is found in the key controls for the layer in question.
Posted: Mon, 4th Feb 2008, 10:05am

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Cogz

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You can also animate the mask, I'd check out the video tutorial:

http://fxhome.com/support/video-tutorials/view/3/masking