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freefalling
Twixtor Mattes - What's the best approach when I have motion blur in the source
on Sep 19, 2006 at 10:30:01 am

Hi,

I'm using Twixtor Pro 4.5 demo & I'm trying to slow down a clip which have foreground & background overlapping elements which move in oposite directions. The clip has motion blur in the source.

My question is: what is the best approace to create mattes for the different layers. Should I roto the element and include full motion blur, or should I make a tight matte & leave the motion blur out ?


Tnx


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor Mattes - What's the best approach when I have motion blur in the source
on Sep 21, 2006 at 2:43:32 am


I would say without seeing that you would make the matte as if the object was not motion blurred. It's hard as Motion Blur means that you have a blending (a semi-transparent foreground). If you have RSMB you might want to see if applying a negative amount like -1 produces a useful intermediate.

Pierre
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