Posted: Sun, 27th Jul 2008, 9:09pm
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Having bought this today I am disappointed that not all the green is removed when trying to use this software.
Is there a way that this can be rectified, as if this is the best it will do the software is going to be a waste of money! Any help appreciated,
Posted: Sun, 27th Jul 2008, 9:28pm
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You need to use the grading effects pill Supression, it should remove what ever green wasn't removed from the composting.
Posted: Sun, 27th Jul 2008, 11:39pm
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It may also just be a matter of adjusting the settings, or it may be that your greenscreen image has inherent problems.
If you can post an image, we could likely offer more specific suggestions to help you out. Its difficult to say what will fix the problem when we can't see it.
Posted: Mon, 28th Jul 2008, 7:42am
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Travis Kunze wrote:You need to use the grading effects pill Supression, it should remove what ever green wasn't removed from the composting.
Sorry - new to this which is probably why I am having problems but I don't understand "pill supression" ?? Where is this?
Posted: Mon, 28th Jul 2008, 8:59am
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Spill suppression is in the key settings, but it activated by default, so probably isn't the issue here.
As Axeman says, please post up a link to the original image so we can take a look at your greenscreen and lighting. We should then be able to provide some tips to improve the compositing. Problems are usually due to the source image rather than the software.
Posted: Wed, 30th Jul 2008, 2:13pm
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what kind of greenscreen material are you using? some material is so thin that you will also be lighting the back wall,even a plain white wall will reduce the intensity of the green screen if the material is too thin, pictures or anything hanging on the wall make it even worse.
it is easy to check for balance, just shoot the greenscreen if it looks even go into your favorite editing program do the color picker (you know the eye dropper thing), check the rgb values it should be just about the same all over.
make sure your subjects are far enough away from the greenscreen, mine are usually 9' or more feet away from the screen. the closer to the screen the more problems you will have with shadows it can be be done but you need more lights.
here is a simple hint for everyone,if you have carpeting like I do, my studio is also my home theatre and my living room, go to to the lumber yard and get yourself a four foot square of 3/8 plywood put it under the greenscreen, that way your subject will not look like their feet are a half inch or so into the sidewalk etc.
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