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Posted: Tue, 21st Dec 2010, 9:42pm

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NovaProducteur

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hello everyone !

I have a big problem ! when I make a video with a green screen, composite lab cut my hair and instead of my hair there are some big pixels... I had already try to fix the problem with "blur" or "erode" but it didn't work...

please I need help !
Posted: Wed, 22nd Dec 2010, 4:10am

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Darth Stazz the Powerful

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So what you're saying is that when you key yourself out, the filter cuts out bits and pieces of your hair, correct? If this is the case, then the issue lies on the green screen. Make sure your screen is well lit and contains no shadows. When compositing the project, it may help to add a contrast filter to your Key Grading. This will increase separation between individual strands of hair and the green screen.
Posted: Wed, 22nd Dec 2010, 9:29am

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Simon K Jones

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Can you upload the original video, or a high quality still from it so we can take a look?
Posted: Wed, 22nd Dec 2010, 11:27am

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NovaProducteur

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ok I'm going to do this