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  • Foreground color blending

    Is there a way to blend the colors?
    Someone sent me a video clip but it has their email address in the corner. How would I blend that?

    Thanks in advanced!

  • #2
    Ask them to send a non-watermarked clip.

    You can also add a region filter and apply a blur inside the region.

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    • #3
      If it is an HD clip and it is far enough down, go to layouter and don't turn on keyframes. Now just zoom in until the lower bug is gone. See if that fits your needs.
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      • #4
        Years ago I used a "logo away" filter in Virtual dub which did this. You could try a search on the internet for information on this.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by David Clarke View Post
          Years ago I used a "logo away" filter in Virtual dub which did this. You could try a search on the internet for information on this.
          Thanks for the info I used that filter but it's still obvious that something is blurred.

          I'm going to try the layouter and see how it looks.

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          • #6
            Depends on the image content in that corner, but if it's something not too detailed like grass maybe: Find a similar field elsewhere in the frame, or in another clip, and apply it as a PiP over the email address.
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            • #7
              I think you will struggle to get rid of it completely. A program like After Effects will also let you clone the video from another area which sometimes works because you are cloning a moving image over the area rather than a still image.

              Logoaway and others like it work on dragging in the other pixels from around the area and will end up looking blurred.
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