Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

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Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostSat Feb 08, 2020 1:49 am

Hiya,
We filmed penguins in Falkland Islands, however there are a few ugly fences around the colony to protect them. I was wondering what the best way to approch painting these out would be?

Am I right in thinking first
1. take a still of a frame
2. then repaint the detail in Photoshop
3. then track in Fusion and apply the covering layer on top. Or is there a simpler way?

I know Mocha Pro can do good replacement, but have not tried it myself.

Thanks,
Andreas
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostSat Feb 08, 2020 2:39 am

There's a new feature in Fusion actually called Object Removal. Have you tried that?
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostFri Feb 14, 2020 6:20 am

I'm sorry to say this (I love Resolve very much), but "Object Removal" is very very basic, the Content Aware fill of After Effects is much more advanced, light years ahead :)
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostSat Feb 15, 2020 2:53 am

And object removal in Mocha Pro is a galaxy ahead of Adobe's.
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostSat Feb 15, 2020 2:59 am

There are several ways. It's hard to tell without seeing the plate. You can use the paint node and track a clone stroke or a group of clone strokes. Your suggested approach is valid. However, you may want to also regrain the clean patch once it's tracked in place.
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostMon Feb 17, 2020 5:44 am

Uli Plank wrote:And object removal in Mocha Pro is a galaxy ahead of Adobe's.


Oh thank you I’ll try it :)
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Re: Tutorials for object removal in Fusion

PostMon Feb 17, 2020 5:45 am

Igor Riđanović wrote:There are several ways. It's hard to tell without seeing the plate. You can use the paint node and track a clone stroke or a group of clone strokes. Your suggested approach is valid. However, you may want to also regrain the clean patch once it's tracked in place.


I’ll try this as well :) thanks!

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