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    Default Rope For High Jump ?

    Hi

    I Just Wants to know that How Can we hide Ropes after Capturing The Long Jump Scene like Fighting & Jumping Wall to Wall but How We Actually Cut/hide them thats my question?

    thanks for Reply In ADV.....!

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    I presume you are after the how-to for hollywood wire-removal techniques.

    As far as I know they are painted out frame by frame using rotoscope techniques.

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    frame by frame

    is there any scene By scene techniques ?

    Bcause This will take so much time then.......

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    Well, I guess for the bulk of the rope you could film the thing twice. Once with and once withouth the character content and apply and garbage matt over the bulk of the rope. Where the rope interacts with your subject though, I think you'll still be hitting the thing a frame at time

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