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iheartcowcapoos

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Hi. I'm making a video for a marketing project in school. I have taken a clip from a youtube video that I have segmented into individual frames and then removed some frames and put them back together to create a stop-motion effect for the video. One of the clips has text near the bottom that I would like to photoshop out. Since there are about 100 frames I have to do this on, I was wondering if anyone had any advice of a quick/efficient way to edit out the text in all of the frames. I considered trying to record an action of me using the cloning stamp but unfortunately the action scripts don't appear to recognize when you select tools. I'm using CS6. I've attached a picture of one of the frames. I would like to edit out the "TeachPE.com"
 

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scarmack

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Your going to have to go one by one since the person is probably moving and changing positions.

However your taking someone else's work and claiming it as your own, thats not cool.
 

Tom Mann

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Najmin - What you said has absolutely nothing to do with the question the OP asked. This applies to both this thread and several of your recent postings. Please confine yourself to comments and/or suggestions relevant to the thread you post in, and make the relevance absolutely clear otherwise you risk having your comments removed.

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Paul

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When will these silly spammers realise my broom and other mods here is very wide and very long reaching?
 

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