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While chroma-keying is a good technique for dealing with solids, it doesn't work so well when dealing with transparent or semi-transparent objects. Because the difference can be very subtle, you want to copy the difference instead or blend off luminance. In Premiere, you can use the Set Matte effect to set a track as a luminance matte. In the case of the ...
First off, you would normally use After Effects for special effects such as Chroma Keying. That being said, Premiere Pro is capable of chroma keying quite decently. Here's an example using free smoke effects by JohnnyFXEffects. Set up your scene as you usually would, and then go to the 'Effects' tab. (1) From the 'Keying' folder, select the 'Chroma Key' ...
The simplest way would be to set the blending mode of the smoke clip to "screen". You'll find this setting in the "Effect Controls" panel under Opacity. Screen basically ignores black. A better description is found on Adobe's site: http://helpx.adobe.com/en/photoshop/using/blending-modes.html
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