Yep, RTFM, F1, Forum, etc. I have a clip with 3 people in it, I want the center one to stay and the two ends to go so I can see the underlying photo in their place. Draw a mask around person on left and only he stays, no problem click on invert (life is good), draw mask on same layer around person on right, he stays and so does center, no problem just hit invert, PROBLEM......now the person on the left shows back up as though there were no masks at all :O Yes I read about setting target to none for multiple masks but no go. After two days of research and frustration, any help would be appreciated. Cin
Don't click invert; change the mask type from add to subtract.
Thank you soooo much Szalam! Seems like the best answers are the simplest . I just don't understand what invert is for then??? I have done it in the past with one mask (I believe), and it worked (I thought). Thank you again. Cin