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Subtract and Divide Blending Modes in AE CS4

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Ben Rollason demonstrates how to do subtract and divide blending modes in Adobe After Effects CS4 and below. CS5 now features the subtract and divide blending modes, which makes this process much easier, but if you are using an earlier version, Ben's tutorial enables you to accomplish these same effects with just a few simple steps.

Ben suggests that now that people are creating new CS5 projects with built-in subtract and divide blending modes, there may be a call to 'retrofit' these options to earlier versions.



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Re: Subtract and Divide Blending Modes in AE CS4
by Lloyd Alvarez
Brilliant tutorial Ben! The AE community needs more compositing theory tutorials like this one.

Cheers,
Lloyd

http://aescripts.com
@Lloyd Alvarez
by ben rollason
Thanks Lloyd. Glad you like it.

-B.

vfx.benrollason.com
Re: Subtract and Divide Blending Modes in AE CS4
by Todd Kopriva
I like it, Ben.

I added a comment at the bottom of this page to point users to your tutorial. Keep in mind that you can do the same.

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Re: Subtract and Divide Blending Modes in AE CS4
by ben rollason
Thanks Todd!

Yes... linking tutorials from the Adobe help files is a great idea.

-Ben.

vfx.benrollason.com


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