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Roman
How automate a selection and blur effect?
on Dec 12, 2005 at 11:13:33 pm

Hello,

I have created a batch of .psd images from a video clip at witch I want to re-touch the background using the blur tool to create a shallow depth of field effect. When I record the actions, and apply the automate batch action I have created, it does not affect the images I want to alter. Does anyone know how to achieve this?

Thanks a bunch,

Roman

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Richard Harrington
Re: How automate a selection and blur effect?
on Dec 14, 2005 at 12:06:05 am

Can't autoamte hand tools.. only menu commands

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Roman
Re: How automate a selection and blur effect?
on Dec 14, 2005 at 8:58:06 pm

Thank you Richard,

Is there a software or method to achieve the DOF I tryied in Photoshop?

Roman

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Richard Harrington
Re: How automate a selection and blur effect?
on Dec 20, 2005 at 1:02:33 am

Lens Blur filter... you can try to automate creating the alpha channel for the depth matte... if photos are similar.. use calculations command

Richard M. Harrington, PMP

Author: Photoshop CS for Nonlinear Editors
Co-Author Final Cut Pro on the Spot, After Effects on the Spot, Broadcast Graphics on the Spot, and After Effects @ Work
Check out the new DVD: Photoshop CS: Essentials for Digital Video from http://www.photoshopforvideo.com

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Roman
Re: How automate a selection and blur effect?
on Dec 20, 2005 at 4:22:26 am

Thank you Richard,

That sounds a bit advance for me... but I am sure I can figure it out. Any tips on "How to" about your comment?

Thanks,

Roman

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