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Question about Footage: Gore

Posted: Mon, 12th Jul 2010, 7:28pm

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Warnezllc

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I ordered visionlab studio in December but because of work never got around to learning how to use it. Now i need something done quickly and turned to visionlab but cant figure it out, and a deadlibne is looming.
I have footage of a woman reacting to a gunshot. Footage Gore has a clip of a gunwound opening up.
How can i get the wound to lay over the reaction clip?
If there is a video tutorial please post a link and i would be more than happy to sit in front of it for as long as it takes to get it down, if not can someone explain how to do this?

thank you
Posted: Mon, 12th Jul 2010, 7:48pm

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Axeman

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If you can be more specific as to which part of the process is giving you trouble, we can be more specific with our answers.

The basics are thus: To get the stock footage to lay over the main footage, the stock has to be on a higher layer, of course. Then change the composite blend mode on the stock to multiply to remove the white background. (Click the name of the layer on the timeline, and the Composite mode menu will be available in the Toolbox) Then use the Animation controls to reposition it to match your footage.
Posted: Mon, 12th Jul 2010, 8:06pm

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Warnezllc

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got it thank you