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  • Howto.Region filter-Outside or Inside transparent?

    How to make in region filter outsade to be transparent?
    I just want to se outside area clip in lover video track.
    If I put region filter in v2 track how to se v1 track outside or insade the filter?
    Thanks

  • #2
    which shape? rectangle? circle?
    Anton Strauss
    Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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    • #3
      Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
      which shape? rectangle? circle?
      Any difference???

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      • #4
        How to se background video track, how to make it visible in any shape inside or outside the filter?

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        • #5
          here is a simple way, there are many more ways using the CanopusHQ codec with alpha channel

          1. add a 2D circle transition onto the keyer track of clip on V2 and drag the edge of the transition to make it go the full width of the clip

          2. double click the transition in the info palette

          3. go to keyframe tab and set start % to say 60% and end % to 60%

          4. go to options tab and drag position until the circle is where you like it

          5. play with the shape in case you wish the circle oval shape

          6. make border soft if you wish

          optionally, set a further 2 keyframes, one second after beginning and 1 second before end

          now drag the start keyframe to 0 and the end keyframe to 0

          the result will be that your superimposed image will be wiped in at beginning and wiped out at the end
          Anton Strauss
          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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          • #6
            You can use 3DPiP-->crop--> and then size/crop the part of the pic you want. Also, you can keyframe it.

            Doing it with the region filter hmmm-in the outside part put the ''Block color'' effect and paint it green/blue. Then simply add the ''Chromakey'' and voila-you get the background the way you like.

            Additionaly, you can use keyframing in the region filter for a more precise effect. To use the 'inside filter' transparency, simply add ''Block color'' inside filter.

            Pozdrav iz Hrvatske. :)

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