you can always upload the clip“unlisted” to youtube. Then link it here.I have a bit of video that got a bad lens flare and I am hoping to get some help with it here. I would re-shoot the video but the lighting conditions I need to get a good video are the exact light conditions that caused the flare. I am trying to attach a clip as a 3.82mb mp4 in a zip file but the server rejects it. The video camera in the shot is stationary, behind the flare there is a good bit of detail, and there is a person moving and involved with the lens flare for about 10 seconds. Any help, both with showing the video clip as well as with the lens flare, is greatly appreciated.
This is exactly the settings (see attachment)Wow sfoster, that is a huge improvement! That is exactly what I was hoping for, thank you so much for the help!
I downloaded the software and googled how to isolate a color, but I cant get rid of the glare unless I just turn the image black and white. This software is complicated and it seems like I could spend days on end playing with it to figure it out for myself. As fun as that sounds, any way you can give some specific advice on how you got that result? Thanks again for your help
edited to add: thanks for the feedback Rayandmigdalia, I appreciate the vote of confidence if I go that route.