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Click on "View" and select "Status. It is not you, it is keylight.
using keylight to key out white background?
Scroll down until you find the Color Key Effect. The next thing I did was trying to find a way on how to resolve this issue online. Or roll back your OS.
I have a problematic bunch of shots where the subject was recorded on white background, but the white background is Click on the Effect Controls tab in the top left of the software. Please type your message and try again.
using keylight to key out white background? : Adobe After Effects
Unfortunately, yes, I did upgrade my laptop to Yosemite. Click on a section of the green screen towards the middle of your video. After I added the Keylight 1. You can still purchase CS6 from Cs, but keep in mind that it's getting pretty old at this point too and has a couple of bugs on the latest OSX You may want to consider getting a subscription to CC instead.
Color Key Effect 1. Here's a solution for keying out eeffects on high contrast material.
Accessed 04 January Next I use the Keylight effect, and using the screen colour picker, I select the green.
I figured, maybe it's the. This has worked well for me in the past. If anyone can help me, I keylightt really appreciate it! That being said, go into your preferences and change the setting for Use System Color Picker and see if that helps.
It's the Keylight 1. Please enter a title. Let me guess, you're using Yosemite or newer on your OS? The black parts stay black because they were black to begin with, and they don't change effscts - but the white does. Or upgrade your AE to CS6 updated to For Hi-Con matte extraction, I find the extract effect suitable. The best way I find to key something on a white or black backdrop is to duplicate the layer, desaturate the top layer either with hue saturation, or shift channels whichever gives you the best result, The black and white effect in CS5 might work well too.
I'm sorry if this sounds a bit repetitive but I wanted to be thorough in my explanation so that I can try to find a solution to this problem.
These areas will appear white and gray around the object. I really need this to work again because I'm working on a very important project.