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Posted: Thu, 21st Aug 2008, 5:56pm

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FXhomer74118

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I download compositelab and cant figure out how to get started keying the green out, i been searching color keying but cant find anything..
If someone can point me in the right direction please
thank you
Posted: Thu, 21st Aug 2008, 7:48pm

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SilverDragon7

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Video tutorials FTW!
Posted: Thu, 21st Aug 2008, 8:54pm

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FXhomer74118

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Thanks i found out how, there seems to be a green line around my image
That i cant get rid of.
Do you have any advice how to remove it..

thank you
Posted: Thu, 21st Aug 2008, 9:40pm

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D3L3T10N

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If you are using the "Auto Color Difference" tool, then just mess with the "user detail" and "user gray" sliders until you get what you want. Also, the "Spill Suppression" filter under "grading" does wonders for the realism of your footage.
Posted: Thu, 21st Aug 2008, 10:04pm

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FXhomer74118

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Thank you it worked good, is there a way to save the movie in png file with transparent back ground?

I know you can save in png, but it take the black and or white background with the png..