Working with blue screen: Portion 2

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now import our bluescreen footage in Final Cut Pro, and I will show how the blue color of your shot to a button in a really simple and general. Of course, if the use of a green screen footage instead of blue which works exactly the very same way.

  1. illonaz
    illonaz07-07-2012

    His impressive = D = D = D violin … = P

  2. supermarioyanni
    supermarioyanni07-07-2012

    I learned a new word! Violin. lol

  3. TommyCruze
    TommyCruze07-07-2012

    I came across this video. I make awesome videos now.

  4. blah012345678
    blah01234567807-07-2012

    Thanks lucky man brings me to my project of a

  5. sexydecsy
    sexydecsy07-07-2012

    Thank you very much f ** king friend who taught me everything I need to know!

  6. chrisychong
    chrisychong07-08-2012

    great job

  7. thepingiris
    thepingiris07-08-2012

    Thanks for the video, helped me learn something new.

  8. durude
    durude07-08-2012

    one reason, the edges are still blury is the poor lighting, illumination of the front to create a shadow on the back more fucked up the blue screen effect. To combat this, you need to get a second or third light to shine in the background, add, take the shade also lights on your point of focus, say both sides to clean the image.

  9. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    If Q1 = do not .. But when you’re wearing a blue shirt .. Using a green screen and umgekehrt.Q2 = Yes, well

  10. annibell07
    annibell0707-08-2012

    Thank you for your videos, I started using Final Cut and learn a lot just from observation. =)

  11. readyael8
    readyael807-08-2012

    Thank you …

  12. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    Not the same kind of blue, but I think the key plus one .. the first thing would be to go ..

  13. mpoertner
    mpoertner07-08-2012

    Since there is no eye out because they are too blue? Great vids, thanks for sharing!

  14. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    Thank you. More to come, I’m sure.

  15. enriquegallardo
    enriquegallardo07-08-2012

    Very useful. I hope you continue to do so, as these videos for those who just know beggining Final Cut can make our life easier. Thanks

  16. MacVideoHelpline
    MacVideoHelpline07-08-2012

    It’s good, of course, that avenue.

  17. VIVITER
    VIVITER07-08-2012

    Plugins that you should not buy! 🙂 You all can download freee! Hehehe VIVA PIRACY

  18. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    Hmm Google is one of the following companies and you should find something .. Virtix and great software.

  19. erickadrianvf
    erickadrianvf07-08-2012

    ooohhh Well, thank you. Do you know the exact name of the software?

  20. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    Plugins .. Only software purchased and installed / added to iMovie.

  21. erickadrianvf
    erickadrianvf07-08-2012

    Sorry, but … What is this? or what kind of cable?

  22. DrLemur
    DrLemur07-08-2012

    Not without third-party plug-ins to be bought unfortunately.

  23. erickadrianvf
    erickadrianvf07-08-2012

    Can you do that in iMovie regular?

  24. MacVideoHelpline
    MacVideoHelpline07-08-2012

    Glad to be of service toats. More to come on that channel as soon as you arrive on top of things. I almost feel I need a small team of this channel at times. 🙂

  25. MacVideoHelpline
    MacVideoHelpline07-08-2012

    Yes, who can come with manuals in these times do eh 🙂 Thanks for the support.

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