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Hello,

I think I can do this on Gimp, but anyway to do it with PhotoDirector?
GIMP: see method 2

Thanks,

V
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tomasc [Avatar]
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Quote Hello,

I think I can do this on Gimp, but anyway to do it with PhotoDirector?
GIMP: see method 2

Thanks,

V

See the original post: https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/80921.page .

PhotoDirector/Edit/Etract or Compose/Background Removal/Select the brush tools and use them/Apply/Export.

See the attached result with the background removed with PhotoDirector. Gimp works too and it is free as shown by optodata.
 Filename
Veepo1.wmv
[Disk]
 Description
Motion Tracking with transparent png file.
 Filesize
595 Kbytes
 Downloaded:
316 time(s)

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Thanks yet again!

I was trying to use all Cyberlink tools together - PowerD and PhotoD. I sort of figured out GIMP as well.

This tutorial video helped https://youtu.be/dFjmF6hDrKk

But I needed your help to point me in the right direction!

Many thanks! laughing

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See the original post: https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/80921.page .

PhotoDirector/Edit/Etract or Compose/Background Removal/Select the brush tools and use them/Apply/Export.

See the attached result with the background removed with PhotoDirector. Gimp works too and it is free as shown by optodata.
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Gimp is very easy to use for background removal.
You just simbly click on the area you want to remove, system automatically select 90% removed parts.
Some areas, you have to do manually.
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