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Steve Davies
Adjusting mask softness without effecting key-frames.
on Aug 31, 2012 at 9:57:16 am

Hi, I'm still stuck on this problem and can find no help in the manual.

Just to reiterate:

I have an animated window and I want to adjust the window feathering. The problem is that any changes to the edge softness is recorded in the current key-frame and doesn't change the window globally. So I can't adjust the window softness after tracking it without having to start from scratch.

Thanks.


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brandon thomas
Re: Adjusting mask softness without effecting key-frames.
on Sep 1, 2012 at 12:31:46 am

Steve, I think you're sort of out of luck.

If it's a curve, you're even more out of luck.

The only real option I'm aware of is to go to each keyframe and make the adjustment on a keyframe by keyframe basis. If it's a circlular window, you can easily copy and paste. other than that, it's quite a bit more tedious.

No promises on this, but maybe try duplicating the node in question (by copy and pasting it into another node) feeding that as a matte into the current node, inverting it, and then adjusting the settings in the key tab. It's worth a shot.


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