Hello! I'm having a problem...
I'm using Sony Vegas 7.0a. I'm trying to blend different black and white drawings together to create animation; for example, I have a drawing of a head without a mouth, and then I have the mouth as a set of separate drawings (different mouth shapes).
I thought it would be easy; create a "mouth layer" above the "head layer", put the mouth drawings in this layer, resize and move the mouth drawings so that they fit in the right position, and then set this "mouth layer" to MULTIPLY or DARKEN, just like in Photoshop, to blend the two.
But boy was I wrong. When I resize the mouth drawings in MULTIPLY/DARKEN mode, BLACK EDGES appear around the image. They're not in the original image, and they don't exist when the image is in SOURCE ALPHA mode. They appear when I try to "blend" the two images. I don't know what to do to get rid of this "frame"! What am I doing wrong? What can I do to solve this problem?
All help much appreciated! First time poster.