I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro (v7.0), and am kinda new with it. I saw a youtube video about a guy singing with his clones, thought it was cool and decided to try it out.
I read somewhere that crop filter is the thing to use.
So first I tested it just to get the cloning effect work before starting to do anything bigger with it.
I filmed some footage with my cheap webcam, edited it and everything seemed to be just fine, so I tried to export it.
Tried to export in many different ways, but this problem is always there: between the two clips there's a dark border which is ruining the effect.
Here's the exported video:
And here's a picture where u can see that the border doesn't appear while editing.
I'm not the only one with this problem. I've read about this in different forums, and people never tell how to fix it, but to try masking instead.
Well I tried matte effect, and it seemed kinda buggy. If I make a mask of a white circle and put it in the film, Premiere just "crops" the masked clip from a random spot. Anyways I'd rather use the crop filter, cause it seems simpler and I think that matte was fixed not earlier but in version 1.5? And that could explain why it seems so buggy in my Premiere Pro.