Gradient attempt failing.

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Gradient attempt failing.

Postby James Sharp » Sat Feb 27, 2010 7:52 pm

Well i am attempting to overlay some of my footage with a white to transparent gradient. However i get this garbage on my video when i put the graident over the video and the video opacity changes.

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here is a still from the video clip that is causing the issue.

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when the video is at 100 percent opacity the graident causes no issues.. but when i have an opacity scaling from 100-0 percent in premire i get that garbage stuff..

any ideas on how to fix this.. as having the white border is kinda key here...
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby NS » Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:00 pm

Get rid of the subs :up:
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby James Sharp » Sat Feb 27, 2010 8:34 pm

Yes thank you i plan on it. Please i need a serious solution or my whole project will come to a grinding halt.
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby Pwolf » Sat Feb 27, 2010 9:47 pm

James Sharp wrote:Yes thank you i plan on it. Please i need a serious solution or my whole project will come to a grinding halt.


maybe your source is messed up? Try using DVD source.
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby James Sharp » Sat Feb 27, 2010 10:19 pm

[quote]maybe your source is messed up? Try using DVD source./quote]

:oops: i was originally had like five ideas on an amv running through my head that i could have used my actual dvd's of. However None panned out or were exciting enough to get my motivated.

While i was searching through my collection i found the anime im using now. I wish i had it in dvd it would be perfect. But sometimes ya gotta make due.

I agree with you that it is probably a quality issue. I found a way around the problem however. just takes ALOT longer.

I just hope my video comes out looking decent enough to watch.
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby EkaCoralian » Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:34 pm

Did you render your clip to see if the weird little pixels are there? Sometimes I get green pixels shown in my shot when I add stuff, but when I render it and look at it online (after uploading it online), the green pixels are usually gone.
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Re: Gradient attempt failing.

Postby Knowname » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:09 pm

since it's the same color as the subs I'm gonna say get rid of the subs. Not to criticise your amv but to answer your question, perhaps if you got rid of them yor problem would be solved
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