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    Hi all

    1st post so please be easy on me.

    I have just got into video capture and editing and am trying to find a filter to remove light glare from a window.

    What i want to do is remove this bright daylight glare that is being reflected from an adjacent building on to the window so that you can see into the room.

    I dont know if this is possible with premiere but i have had a mess about with the filters and cannot find one suitable to do this.

    Thanks for any advice offered.

    Bisher

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    Quote Originally Posted by bisher View Post
    Hi all

    1st post so please be easy on me.

    I have just got into video capture and editing and am trying to find a filter to remove light glare from a window.

    What i want to do is remove this bright daylight glare that is being reflected from an adjacent building on to the window so that you can see into the room.

    I dont know if this is possible with premiere but i have had a mess about with the filters and cannot find one suitable to do this.

    Thanks for any advice offered.

    Bisher
    I might be wrong, but I don't think that's possible, unfortunately. Because the camera couldn't 'see' what was behind the glare, if you get what I mean.
    I believe that you can only do this when you are filming by using a polarizer to filter out the glare.

    Correct me if I'm wrong though.

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    Hi Snaak

    I thought that may be the case. I'll keep trying different filters.

    Thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by bisher View Post
    Hi Snaak

    I thought that may be the case. I'll keep trying different filters.

    Thanks again
    From the previous answer I think I now understand what you were originally asking and like the person who answered I do not think you will win by looking for a filter.

    The point is that the information you want was simply not recorded on camera and no filter will be able to 'invent' it.

    It's the same as taking a person out of a photo. Easy enough the draw a line around them and hit the 'delete' key. But you need to rebuild what should have been behind them. See what I mean?

    If you still have access to the location you could go back and shoot again or maybe just shoot a background shot and composit that into the background of your clip.

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    Thanks alot Alan.

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