I am currently putting together a video segment of an afternoon's walk of several kilometres (or 'miles', if that's what you 'do' in your neck-of-the-woods). Each portion of the overall sequence of about twelve minutes duration, is introduced by a widish-angle 'panoramic' shot taken from a tripod, which shows the track to be traversed, clearly.
Hi folks, I have been researching info on videography and chroma-keying for the past few days. I am wanting to do some videos (instructional and others) with virtual studios. I have downloaded a few demos of software but thought I would just ask...
i recently posted a video and got some great suggestions on how to improve, one was to shoot in front of a green screen so that the background would be more professional/interesting. i have a small budget....I would only feel comfortable spending $150 at the max - and would prefer to stay within the $50 - $100 range. But I've learned quickly what the regulars on here have repeatedly said....you get what you pay for. I am looking for an adequate green screen that I would be able to work with - i've looked at the foam backed from eefx.com and saw they have an 8x10 for about $110.
I have a potential client that wants to produce a video seminar in which he is standing in front of a large map. The idea is to use a chroma key background, a video mixer and a monitor so he can see the map in relation to his position similar to a wetherman. The problem I need to solve is this: he writes on the map in his actual presentation and wants to be able to do something similar in the video.