spill suppression with Red doesn't work
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 1:46am
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I filmed a stop motion sequence with a white background and then changed the white to red in photoshop. This is the first time I have tried red. There is no green in auto colour difference key? Its in Colour difference and chroma key and that works fine, however the spill suppression using red removes the spill but then changes everything to a heavy green. I believe because red isn't used often used, the spill correction for red hasn't been programmed properly. If the spill would have worked correctly I would have created a perfect key - I wanted to do this due to the lighting conditions while filming the stop motion.
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 2:23am
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I meant to say there is no red in auto colour difference key!
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 3:14am
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I'm just curious; why didn't you just use green or blue? Maybe even purple? Is it absolutely essential that red be used?
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 3:28am
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using any other colour other than Green, blue and red, the software doesn't offer a spill suppression. i thought I could try red as the metalic object that I was photographic was, what I thought, to be the furthest colour from red. Most likely blue may have been a better choice but as I now have discovered red spill doesn't work in the software.
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 3:34am
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I'm no expert with this, but I would say spill suppression for red doesn't work because it isn't as widely used. I don't know if I can help much, but I'd say just don't use red unless absolutely necessary.
Posted: Thu, 25th Jun 2009, 3:49am
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or the programmers could investigate the problem and maybe fix it. It would be good to have a choice so one can find the colour furthest from the colour of the photographed object - say either green, blue or red. painting the key colour red - on this occassion caused less bleed into the photographed object so I chose to go with red - only problem the spill supression doesn't work so the object doesn't come back to a colour fairly close to the original intended colour.