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How to Remove Backgrounds in Your Video Without a Green Screen

We’ve already covered ways of using a green screen to remove backgrounds in your videos. In reality, though, you’re not going to always have access to a green screen. Even when you can’t manage to have a green screen for your production, fear not. You still have the ability to remove backgrounds of your videos […]

Using Compositing and Motion Tracking in Your Videos

One of the chief functions of video editing is to make your finished product look as natural as possible. This is, our course, while adding elements to your video to spruce it up. Two tools editors will use to help add some flair to your videos are compositing and motion tracking. Compositing As Chris describes […]

How to Use a Green Screen: Keying

Our last post covered lighting techniques and some of the production basics when using a green screen. Now, we’ll cover some of the post-production process, specifically keying. As Chris explains in the video, you’re using a green screen to effectively replace it with whatever background you want. These backgrounds could range from colors, graphics, landscapes, […]

How to Use a Green Screen: Lighting Basics

No matter your skill level in filmmaking, you’re probably aware of what a green screen is and how it’s used. A green screen helps to spice up your videos by essentially keying out bits of your picture and replacing them with something else. With a green screen, the process becomes pretty simple because you can […]