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There is various ways to achieve this.
The quickest way is just to adjust the levels -
Go to the menu marked IMAGE then hover over ADJUSTMENTS and to the right should be another menu, containing various options such as LEVELS and CURVES
The easiest option is probably altering the BRIGHTNESS-CONTRAST.
(Just up the contrast and up the brightness slowly and you should be able to see the impact on the image). More complex/precise options are available with LEVELS and CURVES. Both are pretty self-explanatory - just play around with the arrows on LEVELS and you will see the image alter. Or on curves, just click on the curve and drag to change the shape/add points.
For high precision, the simplest would be to select a paintbrush from the toolbox and the colour white and just paint over the areas you don't need.
In the ULead VideoStudio Application. Go to "Capture" tabbed panel. Select "Options" then "Video and Audio Capture Property Settings...". A window should pop up.
In the "Source" tabbed panel. Change the "Input Source" drop down menu to either "Video Composite" or "Video S-Video" depending on whether you are using the yellow or S-Video picture lead.
Change the "TV System" combo-box to PAL for colour and NTSC for black and white. On my computer S-Video option is showing black and white when using my Sky HD box, don't know why this is yet.
Try the above and you should get a picture. You can also change the frame rate and other compression techniques etc.
If it still doesn't work try changing your digital/sky/vcr/xbox picture settings to PAL for colour or others for picture preference.
If that is the only problem with the photo, you can use Photoshop to change the pink to white. You will need to go to Image/Adjustment/Levels. Use the eyedropper on the right to click in the pink space to make that white.
The other option is to see if the bottles are bouncing color on to the white. You may want to tape some white paper to the sides of the bottle (out of camera view) so the bounce is only white.
1. open in Photoshop
2. Windows --> layer. Then double click the layer there, click OK the dialog box so that the "background" become "layer"
3. Select the white background. You can use magicwand tool, or if the object you want to keep is not white, you can use "select color--> white"
4. Edit --> clear.
5. safe as gif