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    Default Expose Outside and inside simultaneously

    For a project I'm working on (guess what it is!) I want a short (probably only a second or two at the most) shot of a curtain moving in the breeze to emphasize a patio door being open.

    Of course theproblem is one of exposure. Expose inside and the outside view through the window is bright white. And the oposite, expose outside and the inside becomes really dark.

    Just had a quick play and came up with the following. I know that the brightness on the final composite is a tad shaky but a) I can work on it some more and b) I only need a second or two anyway.

    Anyway. I think it's ok. Does it work?

    http://www.alandmills.co.uk/compositedemo.wmv (1.3Mb)

    I do think it need filming again though so I canget better or more pronounced curtain movement.

    Oh, and I did it by taking the two layers and then applying a mask in AE6.5.

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    Link dont work.

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    I think you typed out that link wrong. Here's the real one (I hope):
    http://www.alandmills.co.uk/compositedemo.wmv

    It looks really good actually. If I hadn't have known that it was a composite, I would have thought that you were just really clever at setting exposures
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    Thanks!

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    link corrected. sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alan Mills
    link corrected. sorry.
    Nuthing to be sorry about...ive done it about 20 time

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    Really neat job Alan.

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    nicely done

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    That is fab - it's a sod that back light sometimes. Especially on a moving shot.

    Good work Alan.

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    Looks great. How is it done out of interest? Marks and what not? I'm not very good at compositing, only been doing it..a few hours lol.

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