can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

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can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby badmonk on 06/23/2017, 2:08 pm

and if so, how? i always get the black background. how to make it pre keyed please?
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby badmonk on 06/24/2017, 2:04 am

Anyone any experience using pre keyed effects with blender please?
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby Farmfield on 06/24/2017, 3:38 am

You need to premultiply the image, I think it's either the convert alpha or alpha over node in the Blender compositor.
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby badmonk on 06/24/2017, 6:11 am

Farmfield wrote:You need to premultiply the image, I think it's either the convert alpha or alpha over node in the Blender compositor.

Thanks so much, will have a look later.
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby Guitarboy2828 on 06/24/2017, 9:46 am

Why not just google it? First thing on google: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi3oFolsPI0
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby badmonk on 06/24/2017, 10:00 am

Guitarboy2828 wrote:Why not just google it? First thing on google: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi3oFolsPI0


I checked the net first and was a couple hours on youtube hence me coming here, I will always check the web first my friend :)

maybe I worded it wrong.....
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Re: can you use action essentials 2 with blender please?

Postby badmonk on 06/24/2017, 10:19 am

Guitarboy2828 wrote:Why not just google it? First thing on google: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gi3oFolsPI0


actually thank you for that link. the video wasn't what I wanted really as it was long winded but there was another which is exactly what I need -

https://youtu.be/_4lk2YuE3kw

so thank you
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