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Mask on Auto Reframe

New Here ,
Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

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I have an high-res image. I put it on the timeline. The timeline is configured for HD. To have a nice framed image, I apply the Auto Reframe effect. That works. Now I want a Mask on the (resized/reframed) image, to see through that resized/reframed image and disclose what is underneath.

 

When I try to do that, I notice that the Mask that I make (I follow the form of the reframed object) is actually being applied on the original sized image, and thus reframed to a much smaller opace mask. The result is a totally different look-through than the drawn mask.

 

So how should I do this? How to apply this mask on the result of the (reframe) effect, and not the source?

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Community Expert , Nov 07, 2022 Nov 07, 2022

Nest then apply the mask.

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Nest then apply the mask.

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Pfff, thanks. That certainly does the trick. Thanks again!

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Simple and to the point, the classic @Ann Bens response. Thanks, Ann!

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