Chroma keying is the process of removing a color from the background of a video. Typically, chromakeying is for removing green screen backgrounds so you can replace the background with another video. There are a lot of great post-production software out there that have green screen keyers. While the...
We’ve all seen bad green screen effects before. Truthfully, they stick out like a sore thumb. One of the most common reasons for this unfortunate occurrence is improper green screen lighting. For example, an improper lighting setup could leave an uneven shadow gradation on the green screen, making it...
Use green screen for conference calls
More people are participating in video conference calls than ever before. That's why a good green screen background can really come in handy.
In this episode of the Videomaker Podcast, We talk all about green screen — how to do it right and whether you should even do it at all.
The Keys To Chromakey: How To Use A Green Screen
Compositing is easy enough that the average person can do it. Chromakey allows one-person productions to have an extremely slick look.
Green Screen Backgrounds
Are you thinking of making a green screen? In this article, we will go over all the ways you can make a green screen and how you can do it.
Setting Up Lights For A Green Screen Shot
The secret to pulling your subjects out of the real world and placing them into a digital domain is chromakey, and that means going green with green screen.
Proper setup during the shoot is vital to the success of any green screen scene, but the real magic happens in post-production. Once you have your green screen footage recorded, you’ll bring it into your keying software of choice in order to remove the green screen from your shot, letting...
Pulling a good key is easy if you follow a couple of basic principles during production. In this video, we’ll show you how to set up for a successful green screen shoot. Even lighting on your green screen and adequate separation between your subject and the background are essential when...
Green screen can be difficult to execute, but with a few insider tips, you’ll have an easier time getting the results you want. These 5 tips will help you achieve a believable key that will keep your viewer in the story — instead of becoming a distraction.