This tutorial shows how to use sophisticated channel operations to achieve a more accurate spill suppression result than is attainable with AE's default plug-ins.
Since initially recording this tutorial, Daniel was inspired by your feedback to create a new After Effects plug-in to make spill suppression easier. Check out the plug-in and tutorial.
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Daniel Broadway is a professional graphic designer working at an NBC affiliate as Graphics Director. He is also a freelance visual effects artist and compositor, having worked as visual effects supervisor on two independent feature films "20 Years After.", and most recently "A Lonely Place for Dying."more…
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