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William Mann
embedding video fx into the rendered file
on Aug 14, 2019 at 1:20:53 pm
Last Edited By William Mann on Aug 14, 2019 at 1:28:32 pm

Hi all, I hope someone can help!

By accident I found that chroma keyer makes a lovely red in my video. And it looks fine as long as there is no track underneath it:

chroma1.jpg

But with a track behind it, it doesn't look so nice:

chroma2.jpg

I need a b/w track underneath so I can have the b/w dissove into the coloured one.

(I think) I understand chroma is used for green screen so it is transparent. My question is: is it possible to render it in a format so that it just "forgets" it is supposed to be a transparent chroma keyer? Like in Photoshop you would flatten the Layers & just save an image that doesn't know what it is made of. I've tried rendering just the single track with chroma keyer but it never seems to "forget" that it has a chroma keyer in it & so always becomes transparent to the track beneath.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions!

William


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William Mann
Re: embedding video fx into the rendered file
on Aug 14, 2019 at 1:58:51 pm

Aha, so now when I render, everything is fine (as I expected it to be, but for some reason it wasn't working yesterday). So the problem is solved but I can't delete this post!


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Francois Pénzes
Re: embedding video fx into the rendered file
on Aug 16, 2019 at 11:52:37 am

Hi William

Don't try to delete the post. Just let us know the steps you took to fix your problem.

You will be helping the next one that comes along with the same problem.

An orphan post is a sad post.

Cheer !

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