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How to avoid black bleeding into adjustment layer?

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In the attached picture you can see what I mean. I like to soften footage by applying a light blur on an ajustment layer, set the blending option to 'darken' and reduc the opacity. Subtle effect. However the borders of the image take in a lot of black. A white color matte, nor a solid white jpeg image would make a difference. Is there an option to set the very background to transparent? Or any other sollution apart from trimming?

 

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Use Gaussian Blur and check Repeat Edge Pixels.

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How to avoid black bleeding into adjustment layer?

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In the attached picture you can see what I mean. I like to soften footage by applying a light blur on an ajustment layer, set the blending option to 'darken' and reduc the opacity. Subtle effect. However the borders of the image take in a lot of black. A white color matte, nor a solid white jpeg image would make a difference. Is there an option to set the very background to transparent? Or any other sollution apart from trimming?

 

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Use Gaussian Blur and check Repeat Edge Pixels.

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Yes!

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Use Gaussian Blur and check Repeat Edge Pixels.

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Yeah, great, thanks!!

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Please embed your screenshot.

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