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Kubelikfixing a hot spot
by on Sep 30, 2006 at 8:31:05 pm

I'm trying to edit some video of man sitting at a table talking - he sits near to a window - you don't see the window - but the light shining through it creates a hot spot on the wall behind - I applied the broadcast safe filter and nothing seems to have changed - Can I fix this? Or at least can I reduce the hot spot?



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Enzo TedeschiRe: fixing a hot spot
by on Sep 30, 2006 at 11:34:19 pm

Kubelik, it's a tricky call to make without seeing the frame, but you might be able to get away with a soft-edge matte at a very low-transparency over the hot-spot? It'll be easier to sell if the hot-spt is over a darkish area, rather than, say a white-wall...



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