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Good advice. Most professional editing programs have a 'garbage matte' filter that you can use to isolate glitches like wrinkles in a muslin green screen–that helps with any imperfections. I generally use paper, to avoid those problems, but paper isn't always practical. Do some online research into which editors do the best green screen. I'm most familiar with Adobe Premiere, and both versions (Elements and Pro) have good keyers. Elements is a surprisingly good editor for its price, and I'd recommend it as being worth a look.