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Show an image with a mask and border color at the bottom

Community Beginner ,
Jun 14, 2023 Jun 14, 2023

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How can I show an imagen with this green border? I am using a solid mask to reveal the photo but the green border is the problem.

 

Image 1: Start

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 Image 2: The photo is showing with a green border at the bottom

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 Image 3: The green border has a little transparency

a3.PNG

 

Image 4: When the image is finishing the green border also dissapear. 

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Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

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Hi there 🙂
Is it possible that your image has a drop shadow (layer style or effect)? Or did you import it as PSD and put a drop shadow behind it? AE will keep the layer style. If that is the case, you could try to hide the effect and see if the border still appears. If it's still there try to precompose the image and then apply the mask to it.

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Jun 16, 2023 Jun 16, 2023

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Make sure you only have one mask. It would be nice if you upload a screenshot of the whole interface to try to see more than just that bit of composition. A precomposition would also be a possible solution.

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Jun 18, 2023 Jun 18, 2023

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There's several ways I can think of to do this:

 

  • Use a Beam effect and keyframe its transition down the image to match the timing (you could use a linear expression for this if you feel like a challenge)
  • Use another layer for the green border and a Linear Wipe transition effect.  I'd be tempted to use an expression for this as you can have it match the transition with a +5% - which means it would automatically be replaced at the end of the transition.
  • Use a Layer Style's Stroke on the image to add the border and keyframe its opacity and thicknes

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Jun 19, 2023 Jun 19, 2023

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I just looked at it again and realized that I guess I had you wrong. You don't want the green area under the image gone at all, you want it to stay, right? Nevertheless, the solution for this would probably be easiest to achieve with a drop shadow (Layer Style).

Go to Layer > Layer Styles > Drop Shadow

 

Set Blend Mode to "Normal", Opacity to 100%, Angle to 90° and Size to 0. Use the Distance and color you think looks best. Hope this helps?

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