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- January 20, 2010 at 6:21 AM #47804AnonymousInactive
I read that visionlab had some advantages with regard to chromakeying greenscreening etc vs after effects CS3
In CS4 have these advatages been equalised or even surpassed?
Especially when one uses low quality footage with less then optimal greenscreening ? (because oflack of skill and equipment:)
- July 18, 2010 at 10:17 PM #196674VideoProVParticipant
What do you use? I use CS4 for chroma keying, It is really easy. Here is some basic tutorial I made http://www.cg4tv.com/tutorials-how-to-virtual-sets. I already got the license so I probably will keep using it, but I will check out the visionlab too. Other program I tried is Final Cut Pro, but did not really like it for keying. So, I use After Effect CS4 for Mac. I wonder what are the advantages you know of? Also, did anyone use CS5 for green screen video editing? Is there difference between CS4 and CS5? I don’t know if I should upgrade or keep my CS4.
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