Copy and paste mask Aurora 2019, Mac Mojave

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    Kate Williams

    Hi Paul,

    There are at least two ways to copy a mask in Aurora HDR. 

    1. When in mask mode, click on the word Mask (next to the eyeball icon) and select either copy or paste from the dropdown menu. See the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/sgh71v 

    2. You can also right-click a layer that contains a mask and then select Mask > Copy. To apply it to a new layer, right-click the new layer and choose Mask > Paste. 

    See the screenshot: http://prntscr.com/sghdxj 

    More info about working with masks is here: https://skylum.com/aurorahdr/tutorials/2019/working-with-masks 

    2. Feather control blurs the edges of a mask to more naturally fade the mask adjustments into the image.

    By default, the mask is created with no feathering. You can adjust this control in the Mask menu (see the screenshot above).

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