Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Garbage mattes, part of Premiere Pro CS6 Effects Workshop.
A Garbage matte is a very simple effect that allows you to define which pixels …should be visible and which pixels should be transparent based on a region. …And you can define that region with four points. …Eight points or 16 points. It's a very versatile effect and it's one …that you'll commonly want to use when you're doing things like keying. …Because it might well be that the individual in the foreground doesn't have …enough coverage of the green behind them and you need some way of making the other …parts of the room transparent. So Garbage Matte is very commonly used …for example with the ultra key effect in Premiere Pro.…
But you can use them creatively as well. I'm going to go to my Effects list here …and I'm just going to start typing in. Garbage and here we go we've got our …three effects. All three of these are CUDA enabled. …They are 32 bit and they are wavy native. So let there a pretty developed effects …in Premier Pro. I'm going to. …Take a really simple one, here. I'm going to get an 8 Point Garbage Matte …
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- Creative effects
- Combined effect examples
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7. Creative Effects
8. Combined Effect Examples
9. Sharing Work with After Effects
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