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Chromanator problem with a deadline- footage

Posted: Fri, 5th Aug 2005, 6:08pm

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geigel1

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Here is some brief footage..any ideas on how to put in a background..am not picky about the background..it can even be the background that comes with the chromanator tutorial.....just an example...also how do you make for continuity when they are up against one green screen or the other since the view would change or when you had shot a closeup of somebody going into the turnbuckle.

Here is the file http://files.filefront.com/greenscreenfootage/;3992508;;/fileinfo.html

Here are some backgrounds..obviously I need the ones that look like a room not the sky shots or building shots..


http://files.filefront.com/backgrounds/;3992548;;/fileinfo.html

http://files.filefront.com/backgrounds2/;3992555;;/fileinfo.html

Also still need answer to my spill supression question posted here...this one is pretty bad as all I am supposed to do is to push a button and evidently I cant get that right.
Posted: Sat, 6th Aug 2005, 3:09am

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Hendo

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geigel1 wrote:

Here is the file http://files.filefront.com/greenscreenfootage/;3992508;;/fileinfo.html
That file is 87 MB. Perhaps you can you either trim it or use some compression, like DivX?
Posted: Tue, 9th Aug 2005, 11:29am

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Simon K Jones

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I'd recommend trying the techniques described in the original thread (btw, please don't start new threads on the same subject - it would have been best to post this as a reply). With careful animation of the background layers you should be able to get a suitable final shot.

In future, try to gather all the different materials with the final shot in mind, so that it is easy to match them all up.