Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Cloning over time, part of Repairing and Enhancing Video.
…In our previous example, we did some basic cloning to an empty layer.…However for this next version, I want to clone over time and…actually sample the video frames from a different point in the clip.…I'll start by opening up a video file. And it comes into my project.…In this case, I'll pull it out of the video group, so it's on its own layer.…I'll play through the clip, looking for the microphone.…Let's just mute the…sound for a second. There it is.…One short cut I like to do, is to click here.…
And make sure that the enable timeline shortcut keys are turned on.…Now, I can use the arrow keys to control my movement.…So there we go, we're going to start right there.…Lets choose the motion work space and bring up the Clone Source panel.…This allows you to choose a frame that you want to clone from.…You also can do an offset.…So in this case, I can tell it to clone from forward in time or backwards in time.…
Well, let's check that out.…Set this over here for a second.…In this case, I'm going to look to see…if there's a lot of movement, and there's not.…
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- Reviewing the retoucher's toolbox
- Stabilizing footage
- Fixing alignment
- Retiming footage
- Removing lens distortion
- Using rotoscoping to enhance footage
- Recovering exposure
- Color grading with Photoshop
- Converting to black and white
- Creating a film or painterly look
- Adding depth of field
Skill Level Intermediate
1.The Retoucher's Toolbox
2. Restoration in Action: Video
3. Changing the Speed of Video
4. Correcting for Lens Distortion
5. Using Rotoscoping to Enhance Footage
Advanced roto workflow17m 8s
6. Recovering Video with Exposure
Recovering exposure10m 55s
7. Stylizing Footage
Final thoughts1m 12s
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