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Monitor went temporarily to black and white with green tint

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Last night when I turned on my computer my monitor showed only a black and white picture with an overall green tint. I restarted it, but the same. This morning, however, it is back to normal. The strange thing is that my house lights seemed to be dim, too. (I thought it was just me until I turned on my computer). Is this a sign that my monitor may be failing, or some kind of fluke?

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It is, but only with a lot of compositing.
In FCP this would be doable with garbage mattes, but you'd need the 60 point one from Paul Crisp...and that wouldn't be fun.
In After Effects, you'd have to mask everyone else, and again, keyframe.
Shake might do this well, and it is on the cheap now. But it has a HUGE learning curve. And I have no doubt that even with Shake you are looking at a frame-by-frame manipulation.
Good effects aren't easy to pull off.
Shane

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