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Simon GilesRe: Getting rid of white backgrounds
by on Apr 18, 2012 at 4:44:04 pm

Hi Chris,

I have a similar situation and was wondering if you could please re upload your 'matte controls adjustment layer' file?

I am creating miniature watercolor animations and would like to bring them into after effects and layer them into the same composition.

I have been playing around with frame blending and the problem I have is that if I want to move one of my watercolor animations around the frame I can see the edges of the animations frame because it is not pure white. It is very close to pure white but not exactly. I think your file might be of help!

I don't need an alpha channel, just a way of masking the edges of my composition.

Hope to hear from you,
Simon
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