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Bluescreen? [ANSWER]

Posted: Sun, 16th Mar 2008, 11:14am

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FreeFallStudios

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Is it possible to composite bluescreen with CompositeLab Pro?
Posted: Sun, 16th Mar 2008, 12:22pm

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NickF

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Yes.



From http://fxhome.com/compositelab/pro/technical-specification
Posted: Sun, 16th Mar 2008, 6:13pm

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Digerati Media wrote:

This will never go, will it?!
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2008, 12:13am

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MillerBros

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Boys, boys, when will you ever learn to settle your differences. By the way, as I seem to recall, this question was about blue screening-
Yes FreeFallStudios, you can do a blue screen on clab: probably the best way to key it would be under the 'chroma key' filter or the 'color difference' filter (It is is automatically set to green on color difference, so just set it to blue).

PS
Plainly: I should consider it a compliment that Digerati Media likes your arrows; after all: "Plagiarism... uh I mean... imitation... is the sincerest form of flattery." wink

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Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2008, 5:25am

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My text response was to the point but the arrows give the answer in a roundabout way smile

I actually just like playing with my touchpad (no double entendres here... The touchpad on my MacBook Pro...)
Posted: Mon, 17th Mar 2008, 8:57pm

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MillerBros wrote:

Plainly: I should consider it a compliment that Digerati Media likes your arrows; after all: "Plagerism... uh I mean... imitation... is the sincerest form of flattery." wink
THAT and having your name in someone's signature. razz