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Adam CarrTaking a boom out of the shot.
by on Apr 29, 2015 at 8:56:22 am

I've discovered the boom and mic in a shot that I want to make disappear. Is there a way to paste the part of the wall from a previous clip and use it to cover up the boom when it appears in the sequence or any other suggestions?

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Christian VildermanRe: Taking a boom out of the shot.
by on Apr 29, 2015 at 10:19:55 am

I can fix it. PM ME

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Declan SmithRe: Taking a boom out of the shot.
by on Apr 29, 2015 at 10:22:42 am

It depends on the clip as to what method you would need to employ. Such as whether there is camera movement, does the light change etc etc. I would normally tackle this in something like After Effects, BUT, if you have a suitable 'patch' clip and the lighting is the same and there is no movement, then I would suggest using the TextTool to create a feathered mask over the 'patch' clip to select exactly what you need and put this on a higher clip in the timeline than the original.

Declan Smith
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Craig HowardRe: Taking a boom out of the shot.
by on Apr 30, 2015 at 2:07:59 am

If you need to comp a patch in ..use a Mask from Opacity.

If in AEFX ..maybe rotoscope it out and fill the BG with a patch.

Always hard to advise without seeing the issue. ( image)

Craig Howard
Shooter Film Company
New Zealand

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