Choromakey is a visual effects technique widely used during post-production to superimpose images and videos on top of an image/video stream based on color hues. Also known as color keying, it makes a selected color range in the foreground ‘transparent’, which subsequently allows for the insertion of a separately filmed piece of footage or image in the selected area.
Choromakey is a visual effects technique widely used during post-production to superimpose images and videos on top of an image/video stream based on color hues.
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Promotion description appears here. A key element to remember when lighting your greenscreen is: an area of the backdrop that is included in theframe must be lit entirely and exposed correctly. If your backdrop is adequately lit on one side but underexposed on the other, you will have a hard time achieving a clean
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