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I'm 13, any tips on using 'key' I keep messing it up.

Posted: Wed, 26th Jan 2011, 8:31pm

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JNJRproductions

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Hi everyone,
I just had FX VisionLab Studio out of my savings. I'm wordering if you have any tips for me on 'Removing them annoying green outlines around a person' and also 'Stop it from removing clothing'

Thanks
Posted: Wed, 26th Jan 2011, 8:35pm

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Axeman

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Use a Spill Suppression filter to remove the Green halos, available in the Grade Toolset.

As far as removing clothes, don't wear anything green in front of a greenscreen, of course. Otherwise, its just a matter of adjusting the settings of the Key. Which type of Key you decide to use can also make a difference; the Auto color Difference Key is usually the easiest dial in, in most cases.
Posted: Thu, 27th Jan 2011, 9:01am

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Simon K Jones

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If you keep having trouble, post up a still from the video so we can see exactly what you're working with. That way we can offer more specific advice.
Posted: Thu, 27th Jan 2011, 2:40pm

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DVStudio

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If you're still looking for some specifics to help you along, check out my greenscreening tutorial videos for the FXHome products.

Hope it helps! wink