Cutting Out a Background with Masking in Anime Studio

With masking in Anime Studio, you can remove certain things, such as backgrounds in images, with ease.  While some may prefer to do such a thing in a program like Photoshop, using masks allows you to keep this task in Anime Studio.

Software Required: Anime Studio Pro
Skill Level: Beginner
Recorded By: Jim Mills
Narrated By: Chad Troftgruben

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