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Exposure [ANSWER]

Posted: Thu, 3rd Apr 2008, 11:42pm

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klaymen95

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At the risk of looking very stupid, Where can you find the exposure grade?
Posted: Fri, 4th Apr 2008, 12:10am

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D3L3T10N

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There isn't one. Gamma and Lightness will pretty much get the job done for you though.
Posted: Fri, 4th Apr 2008, 12:30am

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klaymen95

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http://fxhome.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=33981

it says to turn the exposure to zero to turn a person all black, like in an ipod commercial
Posted: Fri, 4th Apr 2008, 12:40am

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Axeman

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You can find it in VisionLab. smile
Posted: Sun, 6th Apr 2008, 6:30am

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klaymen95

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Is there any way to do it in composite lab pro or effects lab pro?
Posted: Sun, 6th Apr 2008, 6:38am

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As mentioned, Gamma and Lightness can be used. There are quite a few filters that can be used to darken your footage, there just isn't an Exposure one, specifically, in CompositeLab.
Posted: Sun, 6th Apr 2008, 6:57am

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klaymen95

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How can I make a person all black against a green screen?
Posted: Sun, 6th Apr 2008, 2:50pm

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Axeman

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Well, as mentioned, Gamma and Lightness can be used. Or Brightness. Or Levels. After you apply the greenscreen, just use whatever filters you prefer to darken the footage until all detail is lost.