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Old 12-04-2012, 06:37 PM   #1
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alfa mask in autodesk composite

I am trying to perform a simple task: separate background from my character using alfa pass (black and white image). How do I do that?
 
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THe answer is :
Create Blend and Comp node. Plug your alfa map into masking channel. Then go to the masking tab (while Blend and Comp is selected) and select a red channel, or as I see it anything but Alfa.

Hope it will help someone!
 
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