Solution to my question - of removing blue screen in a video file for alpha export

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by wgash, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. wgash

    wgash Guest

    Thanks all for your replies.
    I simply color keyed it, with a feather, and then masked out any other
    little issues, I am looking for a grainy rough look anyhow.
    So I exported animation compressor rgb+alpha, and got my alpha mov, as
    anticipated, just wish the files I was supplied with were a bit more
    well lit, or equaly lit rather.
    So my flying girl and walking girl scenes should work now.

    So thanks again. I shall do more research per further questions.
    wgash, Mar 1, 2005
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  2. wgash

    Big Bill Guest

    I don't use the software you're using, so I'm not familiar with what
    you're saying above.
    What is in the place of the bluescreen background?
    Like I said, you can't have *nothing* there; what did you replace it
    Big Bill, Mar 1, 2005
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  3. For some reason "Big Bill" has gotten it into his head that having an alpha
    channel is somehow going to produce a better output than using chroma key.
    At least that's the impression I get. Each is doing the same job in the long
    run. I guess Bill likes to do extra work for nothing.
    Digital Video Solutions, Mar 1, 2005
  4. wgash

    Big Bill Guest

    Sorry, but I don't see where this came from.
    I didn't say I was doing anything; I asked for clarification.
    Do you have any, or are you content to pretend to be able to read for
    Big Bill, Mar 2, 2005
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