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Imported .MOV into adobe premier with semi transparent shadows

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Here is a music video I made. I animated loops in CA4 with a semi transparent shadow prop. Then imported into Premier, which was handy due to editing to the music. It worked really well, easier than greenscreen on the shadows, and I didn't have to worry about the colours of the characters.

The shadow worked well, except against black backgrounds, sometimes there was a white line around them if I was zoomed in. I'm not sure if that was an artifact of the preview and didn't happen very often.
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Great animation,
Thank you for your sharing.
As for the white line, we are resolving this issue. if you have any problem please do not hesitate to tell me.
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@Animaniac

It looks cool! Love how it comes out. have you considered try mixing these animated objects with the real-life scene.
something like this
https://youtu.be/USBwsEQmI3I?t=388
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I62CwxUKuGA
the animated object is so original and iconic that I think It should be interesting adding it in real scene.

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Hi there

About that white line, it seemed to appear where there is a fuzzy or transparent edge. The shadows i used were blurred in photoshop, that might have something to do with it. I blurred the Photoshop image and imported it into cartoon animator as a PNG.
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Animaniac (4/26/2021)
Hi there

About that white line, it seemed to appear where there is a fuzzy or transparent edge. The shadows i used were blurred in photoshop, that might have something to do with it. I blurred the Photoshop image and imported it into cartoon animator as a PNG.


Hi Animaniac,

Could you help me try this version? 
We have resolved the white line issue, 
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Kyle

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Animaniac (4/26/2021)
Hi there

About that white line, it seemed to appear where there is a fuzzy or transparent edge. The shadows i used were blurred in photoshop, that might have something to do with it. I blurred the Photoshop image and imported it into cartoon animator as a PNG.


This is my testing




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