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    using 1.5.

    If i want to get rid of an object in my clip, how do i go about doing it?for example theres a broom against the wall and i want to get rid of it..

    anyone?thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by firststop View Post
    using 1.5.

    If i want to get rid of an object in my clip, how do i go about doing it?for example theres a broom against the wall and i want to get rid of it..

    anyone?thanks
    Not easy to do properly in Premiere. You will need to put something over the top to hide the offending article. In the same way you would place two of someone in the same picture. Take a clip wihtout the thing in it and place it over the top of the clip with the thing in it and mask off areas usinbg a garbage matt.

    The trick is having a clip without the thing in it taken from the same place with the same lighting conditions.

    ALternativly if you have After Effects then you cna maybe get away with the clone tool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firststop View Post
    using 1.5.

    If i want to get rid of an object in my clip, how do i go about doing it?for example theres a broom against the wall and i want to get rid of it..

    anyone?thanks
    Using a moving track matte, check below link for a similar tutorial
    http://www.wrigleyvideo.com/videotut...o_blurface.htm

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