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Border problem

Explorer ,
Apr 20, 2022 Apr 20, 2022

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On part of my movie, my subject is situated too close to the left border. And when she sways her head to her left (my right), part of her just gets blocked off. The green screened border background pic behind her is not blocked out. So, when I try to move her to her right (my left), the borders stay the same, so that she is still close to that blue border. Is there any way to move my subject within the borders so that only the subject moves and not the blue border. And other times when I try to move the border, it creates a zoom effect, which I don't want either. Hope that's clear. I just want to move her more toward the center so that when we sways 1 way or another, she doesn't get cut off. I should add that the way I filmed her, I did have to rotate her 90 degrees to the left in order to have her appear upright in my movie frames.

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LNovik

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Apr 20, 2022 Apr 20, 2022

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I would like to try helping but even after reading it several times I can figure out what you are doing, how you are doing it or what you want to do.  

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Apr 20, 2022 Apr 20, 2022

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>On part of my movie, my subject is situated too close to the left border

 

I take that to mean you did not have the camera aimed correctly, with the person in the center of the screen

 

If that is true, I know of no way to fix the error that was done during recording

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Apr 21, 2022 Apr 21, 2022

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Thanks for both of your feedback notes. I had gone back previously to look at the original clip--to make sure that she at no time left the field of view of my camera. I hadn't seen anything, but when I looked one more time just now, I see that this did occur for just a second. What makes it more obvious is that I'm using a green screened enabled background, so you see part of her head missing, but one still sees the background. I guess I'll play with the background and try to bring that over so that it overlaps with the singer.

Sorry to bother you both. 

LNovik

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