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Old 11-23-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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Hi from a new Edius 6.5 user , I am doing well in the quest to learn this new ( to me ) software. As a long time Adobe photoshop user many things make sense and I am having great fun ! ....

However one thing that I cant work out how to do is create a graduated tone, for example in photoshop I would use the grad tool on a layer above end then select a layer style like multiply or overlay.

Is there a way to add a graduated darkening to a clip like this ? or is it matte box only ?
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Old 11-24-2012, 01:09 AM   #2
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You can do this many ways but using the Matte filter you can create a grad with inside and outside .
If you watch the color tutorials from Matt you will get a deeper inside of the possibilities without many posts. :)

The links are in the tutorial sticky.
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If you simply want a gradient matte, you can right click on a track, choose New Clip, and select Matte. Control the Gradiant by the number of colors you choose.
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If you simply want a gradient matte, you can right click on a track, choose New Clip, and select Matte. Control the Gradiant by the number of colors you choose.
Hi guys thanks for your replies. I have managed to create the matt with a grad and located this in the timeline.... even managed to get it to only darken the shaded ( black - white ) portion using the transparency/luminance selection.
However at this point it has reduced the image to monotone as it is a black white grad. Sorry if I am being a bit slow but is there a link to a tutorial you can offer ?

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There is a sticky in the forum called : Tutorials and Resources
Please click on it and you will get to all the tutorials.
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