Using the clone stamp tool with video
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Category - After Effects/Video Correction
Submitted By - Shekhar
Submitted on - 2008-04-15 12:00:57
Adobe® After Effects® 6.0 includes a clone stamp tool, similar to the clone stamp tool in Adobe Photoshop®, that allows you to paint an area of one video frame into another. You can use the clone stamp tool to easily fix such problems as removing powerlines, mike booms, and other unwanted elements from a sequential series of frames.
You can reference a single frame as your clone source or set the clone source to advance in time. You can paint the same pixels each time you click the mouse or you can paint more of the source frame. And, you are not limited to painting in the same layerâonce youâ™ve set your source point, you can paint any other layer in a composition. More detail...