Temporal Difference Matte

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Because I was hand holding the video camera in a stiff wind, there’s some jitter associated with the camera moving over time across the video sequence. I actually liked the additional chaotic quality this camera shake gave to the final artistic result for this particular image. But sometimes it can be a problem. Ideally, you should use a tripod for this kind of static video shot for optimal results when using temporal image operation effects that try to isolate or work with movement in a static camera video sequence. You ideally want the camera to remain totally still so that the effect is only processing movement associated with the video imagery (as opposed to movement from camera shake).

Depending on how you setup the various controls associated with this temporal effect, and the properties of object movement associated within the video sequence you will be processing, you can create all kinds of amazing different effects.

Category: Temporal Mode
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