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Barend OnneweerRe: advanced keying - motion blur
by on May 26, 2004 at 9:15:45 am

Huh... keying a coffee machine. Brings up visions of coffee machines in space... add a little lensflare and you're done :-)

There's a couple of different spill killers out there. Ultimatte has one, Boris Continuum Complete too I think, but personally I tend to do manual color treatments. One trick is to use the Hue Saturation filter, select the 'greens' or 'blue', crank up saturation to 100% to clearly see what area's are affected. Now tweak the color range using the two little triangles in the color bar, trim or expand the range to affect only the area that suffers from spill.

Now set back the saturation to normal, and tweak the hue a couple of degrees to another color, depending on the footage and background. Maybe drop saturation just a little, but you may need to compensate for the darkening with the lightness slider.

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