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Invert Color Range Key

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Apr 13, 2020

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How do I reverse it so the transparent area within the keyed area is swapped with the area outside the key thus making the area inside visible and the outside area transparent? I see no inverse option.

 

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Select the layer, apply Effects>Channel>Invert.

 

No need to pre-compose unless you want to - just put it below the Color Range Effect. 

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Invert Color Range Key

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Apr 13, 2020

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How do I reverse it so the transparent area within the keyed area is swapped with the area outside the key thus making the area inside visible and the outside area transparent? I see no inverse option.

 

Thanks.

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Correct answer by Rick Gerard | Adobe Community Professional

Select the layer, apply Effects>Channel>Invert.

 

No need to pre-compose unless you want to - just put it below the Color Range Effect. 

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Pre-compose, apply an Invert effect, select the Alpha channel.

 

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How do I apply an Invert Effect on the pre-composed layer?

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Select the layer, apply Effects>Channel>Invert.

 

No need to pre-compose unless you want to - just put it below the Color Range Effect. 

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Ah, under Channel. Thanks.

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