What exactly am I looking for here?
I did not quite understood your answer,
there is a small light reflex in the picture above, on the frame of the window, I I need to get rid of it.
But I cannot edit the movie `s frames in Photoshop, it just does not open the mov / avi files (Adobe Photoshop Elements 10).
So I would like to know if there is a way of fixing it in APremiere Elements or AP Pro CS6.
I don't see any 'artifacts' as such in the image. All I see over overexposed areas, which you really can't do anything about.
Was the camera on a tripod?
If so, you can easily mask out that part of the frame and use the Levels effect to cut the glare..
Because of the horizontal portion, you probably need to use the 16 point garbage matte. There are actually 9 points so the 8 point mask won't do the job as well. You could use a track matte, but it won't allow you to animate it as easily if it is necessary.
I put the image on track 1 and a copy on track 2. I applied the garbage matte effect and the levels effect to track two.
If the camera was not on a tripod, you can animate the matte but it is going to take a lot longer.
I created my matte with both images showing, but if I poke out the eye on track one this is what I see:
Did I understand it correctly? Is this what you wanted to do? I didn't make the window frame too dark. You can still see some highlights, which is as it should be, I think.
Thanks a lot Steven
it took me some time to answer, since I am working a lot, finishing my first video project,
I used your tip but since the window was moving (opening) I had to edit each frame separately,
so I exported each frame to Photoshop and edited there using the level settings.
Thanks a lot once again,