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Old 05-18-2018, 03:24 PM   #1
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Default Flickering Stray Pixels - HELP NEED FIX

problem solved. Close this thread.
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Old 05-19-2018, 05:12 AM   #2
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We don't "close" threads just because they are solved. Also we like for people to post their solutions in case someone searches later.
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Old 05-19-2018, 05:18 AM   #3
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let me post the solution to removing a pimple

1. place clip on V1
2. place same clip on V2 above
3. apply mask filter to clip on V2 and draw a circle the same size of the pimple but next to it (this will be the area that will replace the pimple)
4. add a few pxiel softness to the mask and then set outside opacity to 0
5. close mask tool
6. go to layouter of V2 clip and change position until the pimple is gone
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Old 05-19-2018, 01:36 PM   #4
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let me post the solution to removing a pimple

1. place clip on V1
2. place same clip on V2 above
3. apply mask filter to clip on V2 and draw a circle the same size of the pimple but next to it (this will be the area that will replace the pimple)
4. add a few pxiel softness to the mask and then set outside opacity to 0
5. close mask tool
6. go to layouter of V2 clip and change position until the pimple is gone
Thanks Anton! Your steps seemed possible and I had previously tried that, but because of my subject was moving his head < nodding and just general movement in his head while speaking> the second masked layer didn't stay covering the blemish without keyframing it in layout.

I found a solution similar to yours but with a few added steps. The added steps were to mask and motion track the blemish or "something" trackable - even the eyes would work. Then reposition the tracked mask to a clean area of skin. now I had a clean patch that was tracked to cover the blemish.
Then I added the transform filter as the LAST filter and only had to reposition it once and all the motion track data kept it in place.
I credit this tutorial at the very end.
https://youtu.be/FM7ESB4S7mc?t=53m33s

Thanks again Anton. Your knowledge and excellent help is always the best on this forum.

And my apologies to the moderator. I wasn't my intention to break the forum rules. I just didn't want to waste anyone's valuable time after I had found a fix. I should have posted my solution, but I blame it on being on my phone and the pub beers.
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Old 05-19-2018, 02:34 PM   #5
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that seems strange

the second layer will and should follow the layer below at all times
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that seems strange

the second layer will and should follow the layer below at all times
You are correct. But the layer below it is not moving, and the area < blemish >
IS moving around in the frame. So a stationary cover-up layer, on top of something moving around was noticeable. But by tracking the clean area, in relationship to the area to be covered allows the cover-up layer to stay locked on to the blemish.
Watch the end of that tracking demo link and it makes better sense when you see it. Thanks again.
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You are correct. But the layer below it is not moving, and the area < blemish >
IS moving around in the frame. So a stationary cover-up layer, on top of something moving around was noticeable. But by tracking the clean area, in relationship to the area to be covered allows the cover-up layer to stay locked on to the blemish.
Watch the end of that tracking demo link and it makes better sense when you see it. Thanks again.
I disagree

the clip below makes all the same moves as the clip above, they are in perfect sync

you need to make sure keyframes are disabled on both clips
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I disagree

the clip below makes all the same moves as the clip above, they are in perfect sync

you need to make sure keyframes are disabled on both clips
I don't disagree with your quote above. But in my example, the head is moving around in the frame.... not the frame. So the blemish I need to cover needs to be tracked so the "coverup" layer needs to use tracking keyframes in the mask filter to do it.
If I were trying to cover up a stationary part of the frame, then your example
works perfectly. But I needed the extra tracking information, and transform filter as the last step to position the coverup MASK, AND let the tracking info follow the blemish throughout the shot. I think if you watch this video from here at 53:30
https://youtu.be/FM7ESB4S7mc?t=53m33s
You will agree. I probably am not explaining it suitably.

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Old 05-20-2018, 09:06 PM   #9
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I don't disagree with your quote above. But in my example, the head is moving around in the frame.... not the frame. So the blemish I need to cover needs to be tracked so the "coverup" layer needs to use tracking keyframes in the mask filter to do it.
If I were trying to cover up a stationary part of the frame, then your example
works perfectly. But I needed the extra tracking information, and transform filter as the last step to position the coverup MASK, AND let the tracking info follow the blemish throughout the shot. I think if you watch this video from here at 53:30
https://youtu.be/FM7ESB4S7mc?t=53m33s
You will agree. I probably am not explaining it suitably.

Thanks

Hi:
If you create a new sequence > follow antons algorithm > use this sequence as nested sequence > then you have a "pixelcleaned clip" and you can apply tracking for whatever reason.
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1) apply make up before shoot.
2) Shoot.
3) Go to pub, job well done.


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