Heavy On The Chroma Key Feature

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Heavy On The Chroma Key Feature

Post by jamesq »

A performance at a place where I have never been.

http://youtu.be/hncUSXlY7vA
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Re: Heavy On The Chroma Key Feature

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Well done James - after all your problems with the green screen and the looping dog it all turned out very well in the end.
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Re: Heavy On The Chroma Key Feature

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Nice song! :)
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jamesq
Posts: 22
Joined: Mon Apr 23, 2012 11:04 pm
operating_system: Windows 7 Home Premium
System_Drive: C
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motherboard: ASUSTeK Computer Inc. K52F 1.0
processor: 2.67 gigahertz Intel Core i5 M 480
ram: 4 gig
Video Card: Intel
sound_card: Conexant SmartAudio HD
Hard_Drive_Capacity: 311.91
Monitor/Display Make & Model: Generic PnP Monitor (15.3"vis)

Re: Heavy On The Chroma Key Feature

Post by jamesq »

BrianCee wrote:Well done James - after all your problems with the green screen and the looping dog it all turned out very well in the end.
FYI, I found out why the first tries with avi files didn't work. AVI files don't work with chromakey if you take a portrait video and the try to use the clip as an overlay in a landscape video.