NukeX composition help

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  10 October 2013
NukeX composition help

I have 2 following footage:

sample 1 :
sample 2 :

The guy in sample 2 is dead, and that guy turn to be ghost as in sample 1. Now i need to merge this 2 footage so it appear that guy in sample 1 must be transparent on top of the dead guy. Similar like this footage:

But the issues is i am using,Rotopaint,invert and premult on sample 1 footage and merge it using over operation to sample 2 footage. But i am getting the rotopaint outliner which look messy. How can i sort this issues? Thanks
  10 October 2013
Check if you can merge the two takes with f-align.A tutorial can be found at
// the http
If you need to rotoscope you will have to break the "ghost" to many (planar tracker) rotoshapes (except for the shirt which can be isolated with a red keyer).
If you want to see what you are doing press O in the viewer to switch off
outlines. I am not sure what you want to do but i would go with a more
bright white and less transparent ghost and also overlay the dead body
the ghost( at the parts they overlap). That would not make f-align
useless, you need a much rougher rotoscoping for color correction, maybe
the mismatch will add to the ghost effect.Good luck.

Last edited by kyrgr : 10 October 2013 at 09:02 PM.
  10 October 2013
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