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elie girard
How this effect (figure cut into "pancarteé" 2d)
on Feb 22, 2010 at 7:49:39 pm


So here I exposes a fact that I do not know how in AE.
I put the images of the effect (in draft mode), Made in Photoshop.
The idea is to have done in lively, In After Effects.

I filmed shots of different characters on white background, As they.
I also have a background, Simple.

The idea is to reach to clip the characters (roughly, Make the background transparent white), But leaving a blank space around their silhouette, I would like to end surrounded by a black outline.

[img]http:/ / elie.Girard.Free.En / data / sfx / a.Png [/ img]
[img]http:/ / elie.Girard.Free.En / data / sfx / b.Png [/ img]
[img]http:/ / elie.Girard.Free.En / data / sfx / final.Jpg [/ img]

That it would end up (knowing that everything is animated, So the "contours" of masks by changing the actions of characters. I said that I do not have to draw the image masks PAR picture, Because I have a bunch of rushes to "treat" this way :
[img]http:/ / elie.Girard.Free.En / data / sfx / ap.Jpg [/ img]

Thank you to you !

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Paul Conigliaro
Re: How this effect (figure cut into "pancarteé" 2d)
on Feb 22, 2010 at 8:28:57 pm

I think your best bet may be to try and pull a luma key or extract, then expand the matte with something like the simple choker and a negative choke. This will give you the white border.

The black outline can be done with a stroke layer style. (Layer:Layer Styles:Stroke)

Adobe CS3, Apple FCS2
[Disclaimer: Sometimes I am an idiot and misinterpret people's posts. I'm sorry.]

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