Masking and the Region of Interest - Flame 2018.2 Update

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Last modification: 26 Mar, 2019
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11 min

 

Level: Beginner
Recorded in: Autodesk Flame 2018.2 Update
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This goes through the various workflows of using a region of interest when masking.

The “Region of Interest” refers to the area of a matte or alpha when it’s been combined with a mask or multiple masks. You’re basically adding to or removing from an existing matte or alpha. A typical use case is when you have created a matte or alpha, like a key for instance, and you want to isolate portions of the matte or alpha with a mask.

We’ll cover the various techniques covered in the Classic Gmask node, Gmask Tracer Node and Action.

 

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