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Contributor: tdlockard

5.87 Kb

Another Additive Keyer with a few added tweaks from our studio. Much of the tool was taken from the great article by rafal kaniewski.

27 Apr 2015
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6.08 Kb

Additive mixing of foreground and background to help preserve fine edge details when keying

02 Sep 2009
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Contributor: Mad007

4.53 Kb

Great Additive Keyer for fine details such as hair and motion blur

25 Nov 2018
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Contributor: CreativeLyons

30.72 Kb

Keying Template as presented on www.CompositingMentor.com

18 Dec 2015
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Contributor: alexander055

12.90 Kb

A tool that allows you to make your green screen / blue screen even and without imperfection

16 May 2021
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Contributor: andresseedorf

5.17 Kb

Based on the IBKColour, different math. Creates a Clean Plate fully patch without noise and without the need for stacking several nodes. Clean Plate generator, one more to the collection... same IBKColour black patch with a different approach to color selection. No stacking needed. Fine Tune the right channel, adjust Reds and Luminance. Erode, adjust size.... patch all the way. Done.

25 Sep 2023
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Contributor: LeoLiuos

1.91 Kb

For people who use Audacity. Similiar to AudioRead you can import audio reference keys but with this one you can import any labels you've generated from Audacity with the beatfinder. Reads beat and hihat

18 May 2015
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Contributor: VigilFX

4.25 Kb

BetterKeyer is a keying gizmo that allows you to manipulate your Alpha and RGB channels independently for a better result. For more information on how the node is set and how best to use it, watch this tutorial: https://youtu.be/-HY_6TvFg9w.

12 Nov 2018
626
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Contributor: BenMcEwan

11.45 Kb

A collection of despill algorithms. Based off the DespillMadness gizmo, but with tweaks and extra features.

04 Oct 2013
3580
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Contributor: BenMcEwan

5.14 Kb

This keyer lets you use the red, green or blue channel as a basis for a luma key. It was designed to tackle the difficulties of keying hair.

04 Jun 2011
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