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How to Edit Green Screen


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  1. roger January 15, 2012 at 8:02 pm Reply

    your style is good but i think you should cheek Andrew Kramer out he the best with green screen

  2. Micha March 2, 2012 at 9:37 pm Reply

    Keylight is capable of a whole lot better keys than this. I agree with Roger that you should check out Andrew Kramer and/or other tutorials to get the basics of this plugin yourself before you try to teach it. For instance, you will typically get better results if you adjust the Screen White AND Black before you add more screen gain. Adding screen gain can effect the part of the image you are trying to leave. Also, you never checked the matte in the view window. This is also very typical.

    You also have the clip rotated ON the y axis in the comp, which is very obvious. Not to mention your color correction ON the girl is really bad. Way too much saturation of the skin tones.

    I love your backgrounds, AND I’ve even purchased one, but your keying needs work. Sorry man.

    1. Gyorfi Szilard March 4, 2012 at 8:15 pm Reply

      Thank you for your feedback, the keying can use some improvement.

      Our goal was to SHOW a simple to use tutorial about keying in AE, how ever we may have skipped important steps, you are right.

      In our future tutorials we will go in to more detail, I am glad to see that we have a knowledgeable audience that can help us see our mistakes.


      about the color correction
      The girl needed a bit of tanning, AND we wanted to avoid the sunbed 🙂

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