Use the Master Keyer to gesturally pull a key.
To access the Master Keyer menu, use:
Batch, then select a node from the Node bin.
Timeline, then use Batch FX (See Creating ConnectFX).
The Modular Keyer, then select a node from the Node bin.
This node accepts a front, back and key in clip, and outputs a result and an outmatte.
Add a Master Keyer node to the pipeline when you need to create an accurate key of a clip. Use the Master Keyer node to automatically suppress colour spill, to colour correct, and to remove noise or grain. See Creating and Refining a Key in the Master Keyer.
While there is no setup menu for the Master Keyer node, it can be saved as part of the Batch setup, or alternatively, as a Custom node. The Master Keyer is also available from the Keyer node.
Select an output type from the Select Output box.
(a) Select Output box
TipIn order for the keyboard shortcuts M and D to correspond to Matte and Degrain, the Master Keyer in Batch must have focus and the viewport cannot be set to a schematic view. If the schematic has focus, then M corresponds to Move and D corresponds to Delete.
The Master Keyer node processes gaps in clips set to No Media based on the input tab receiving the information.
|Input ||Result |
|Front ||No media |
|Back ||Black frames |
|Matte ||White frames |