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I'd probably try rotoscoping the actress with the rotobrush in After Effects.
yeah, we are trying to use that but since we never used it before we are still figuring it out on why it only does 25frames at a time...
That question you should probably ask in the AE forum.
Quick and easy way is to make a shape in the titler.
Fill it with a gradient that matches the background.
Put it in the timeline and add a slight blur for feather.
that sounds promising, but we have some issues like small cam movements, footsteps marks on the seamless paper, shadows... but i will try that tomorrow and let you know if it worked!
as far as I understood, what you are trying too do is remove the background. Instead of replacing the color with white, why not just replace it with transparent? This is best done with a key, for example the build in ultra key is not too bad and is far more flexible than the color replace tool.
Now to get rid of other elements in the background I recomend the garbage mask, which comes with 8 or 16 points.
About the crop tool: in CC there is a great new feature which allows you to feather the edges of the croped images.