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Further advice on my fluff issue please.

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Sep 21, 2020

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Hi, I have a fluff issue in some footage and example is linked below.

I need to know software type and technique to get rid of the fluffy details.

Previous advice has been helpful but wondering if any more advice available.

Thanks 

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Further advice on my fluff issue please.

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Hi, I have a fluff issue in some footage and example is linked below.

I need to know software type and technique to get rid of the fluffy details.

Previous advice has been helpful but wondering if any more advice available.

Thanks 

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Not having seen your previous discussions or advice, I have no idea what you've already discussed.

 

Are you talking about the little hairs present to the right of the burning block?  My first approach would be to use the Clone Stamp tool to paint them out, being careful to clone a very similar segment in terms of colour and light.

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You right about the fluff on the right side of object.  I also see other lines I want to remove too to really tidy up the work.

 

Previous advice to remove fluff was Content Aware fill or Roto, then second advice from same person was to use a solid and masking it using a pen tool.  These methods may work but I need to be sure it is quicky and for video cleaning.

 

I understand the clone stamp feature in photoshop for stills but to clean this in a video, do I need to clean each frame this way?  Is there a method to clean in After Affects or Premiere that is much quicker? I don't own either program but would buy one to get the job done.

 

Thanks so much for your help.

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Content-aware fill is not going to work. You'll have to open up the footage in the Layer Panel (use the Paint workspace) and use a very small feathered brush to paint out each bit of lint. This will give you different starting points for each clone stamp. The starting time for each stroke will have to be extended to the first frame of the clip. It's easy to find the clone strokes in the timeline by typing "clo" in the search field, then just click and drag as you do with a layer.

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I see some lens flares, I see some lint on the object, I see some rough edges. What are you trying to remove? Take a screenshot, mark it up, then use the toolbar to embed it in your post.

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Hello. I have circled a screen shot of the video.  The  fluff is not always in shot as it flickers with the light.  This is a video and I want to be able to clean it and hope to do so using after effects or premiere, also hoping to not have to manually clean each frame, ifs that possible.

 

Previous advice to remove fluff was Content Aware fill or Roto, then second advice from same person was to use a solid and masking it using a pen tool.  These methods may work but I need to be sure it is quicky and for video cleaning.

 

 

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