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The problem that you're going to have with this is that the colour of the screen is too similar to colours in the foreground. If you look at the levels on the highlighted part of the drummer's face they're very similar to the levels on the edges of the screen, and a similar colour, same for the drum skins and the pattern on his shirt. I had a go in AE with ...


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Udacity has answered your question here http://blog.udacity.com/2014/09/udacity-videos-transparent-hand.html


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I hope the person receiving your 'green screen' lower third doesn't ever find you in a dark alley. If it was me I'd be looking to bring the hurt. Really, this is not the way to do it. Firstly there are more space efficient codecs with alpha channels than the default Apple Animation, try proRes 4444 or the newer Cineform If you really can't afford the ...


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With these kinds of things, I suggest not even using a green screen in the first place, especially one that is in an app and casts a green glow on the actors hands or body and picks up on reflections. Its much easier to have, instead, either a green piece of paper (which honestly will not really work in daylight in terms of the key but will at least give you ...


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Trackers never hurt and there's almost no reason not to use them, but there's no substitute for pre-production and field testing. The only failure is failure to plan. Ideally your markers would be high contrast, however you can place darker green markers on a green screen which can be entirely keyed out if the artist doesn't need them, but will still be ...



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