[Cin] Test alpha channel and reroute plugin (from Igor Vladimirsky's blog)
phylsmith2017 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 4 19:51:37 CEST 2022
IgorBeghetto -- that is a wonderful demonstration that it can be done in
CinGG! I will have to really study how you did it by analyzing your jpg.
It does look quite complicated but I want to see if I can successfully
reproduce it myself.
On Mon, Oct 3, 2022 at 6:23 AM Igor BEGHETTO <igorbeg at visi1.org> wrote:
> Here, only an example about Igor_ubuntu's Reroute and Alpha Channel, in
> Cinelerra-GG. This is not meant to be a competition but to show what
> Cinelerra-GG can do, referring to Igor_ubuntu's tutorial. The output, of
> course, can not be like in Cinelerra-CV.
> - Project Format: 1280x720 @24fps, RGBA-8bit
> - Cinelerra-GG version: CinGG_20220630
> Il 02/10/2022 20:51, Phyllis Smith ha scritto:
> IgotBeghetto - your input makes us more sure that things are working as
> expected because you know how to work with the available options. And
> thanks for reaffirming that not everything will be the same. ...Phyllis
> On Sat, Oct 1, 2022 at 2:25 AM Igor BEGHETTO via Cin <
> cin at lists.cinelerra-gg.org> wrote:
>> I did some tests here (in RGBA-8bit) with Reroute, and Alpha Channel. It
>> seems to work correctly. It is time consuming, for me, to post here the
>> screencast/screenshot of the tests, but if you think it can be useful tell
>> It may be (surely) that Cin-CV and Cin-GG work slightly differently. I
>> remember that, when you are using Title effect, the black colour is meant
>> to be the alpha channel (more or less).
>> It may be that not everything Cin-CV is able to do can be reproduced in
>> Cin-GG,... and vice versa.
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