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Posted: Tue, 9th Jun 2009, 1:56am

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I was wondering how to replace the green behind the subject with a backround ?
Posted: Tue, 9th Jun 2009, 2:02am

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Try here. Click on the second one which is keying. I don't have C-lab by the way.
Posted: Tue, 9th Jun 2009, 2:16am

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Click the greenscreen clip then --> Matte --> Key --> Chroma Key/Auto Color Diff. -->(If Chroma Key) Move the little dropper onto the greenscreen/bluescreen. That's all there is to it. You can fix up the footage with Key Grade, just above Key.
Posted: Tue, 9th Jun 2009, 4:15am

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Once you remove the green, any layer of the timeline that is lower than the keyed footage will show through. So, simply place your desired background below the keyed footage on the timeline, and you will be good to go.
Posted: Wed, 17th Jun 2009, 1:42am

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Here are some tutorials I made, maybe you'll find them helpful: (keying techniques) (Chroma Key basics) (Lighting)

Hope that helps you out! smile