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    Hello humans. I was shooting a sketch and the wireless lav that was taped to the table is showing. Is it possible for me to remove it? I wasnt using a tripod.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Allen Mitchell View Post
    Hello humans. I was shooting a sketch and the wireless lav that was taped to the table is showing. Is it possible for me to remove it? I wasnt using a tripod.
    People normally walk around these days with headsets and microphones and things dangling all around them so it isn't too bad a problem to start with

    With that said, you can probably get rid of it by overlaying another section of the table on the bad spot and using a technique called tracking to keep it in place (works even if the camera is moving around)

    (edit) In fact - and this is where an IQ of 140 does come in handy - you could overlay another section of the video on that spot (using a mask) and run it in parallel - no tracking required because the camera movements will match up - and yes, I surprise even myself sometimes
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    I don';t think it's quite as simple as you suggest, Zam. There's shadow involved (which may also move?) and the cable is not only on the table.
    Brian, how long a clip is it? Are you able to upload somewhere for us to have a go?
    Tim

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    Yes I wouldn't mind "having a go" as well

    Also I think the cable is actually attached to the keyboard - the wireless lav mic is the little doodad on the side of the table and it doesn't have any wires or cables, being as it is wireless and all

    In fact, there isn't anything worth keeping in the frame - if there is some audio, I'd just toss it over something more relevant - unless there is more at the top of the frame to keep - in which case perhaps resizing the frame a bit so that the microphone disappears might be ok
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    Doh. Teach me to read the post. Yes, that would be fairly simple to hide.
    Tim

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    Mocha Pro's Remove module would be the easiest IMO

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