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« Reply #25 on: February 09, 2014, 14:10 »
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Hmm... here is another quick way to clean a dust spot on a video: put a watermark over the video (but not near or over the dust spot) and send the video to me. I'll edit it and show you how I did it. (maybe make a short video tutorial about it if I have time) (Note: I'll probably use After Effects)

And if Beppe Grillo wants and has time.. to edit the video in Photoshop you can send it to him too and we can compare the result: After Effects vs Photoshop.

Mantis I can try and remove the "Goodyear" logo but I can't promise anything until I see the video.




« Reply #26 on: February 09, 2014, 14:31 »
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Thanks to the OP for starting this thread - I didn't know you could edit video in PS.

I was able to remove a sensor spot with the clone stamp tool and that worked fine as long as the background doesn't change or move.  When it does, I tried to do it exactly as in the video using Dust and Scratches on a smart layer and masking it in as described but it didn't work in CS4 Extended, or at least not for me.  Drat - I think it must only work in CS5 and above.


 

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