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Working with green-screen footage can be a daunting task. The Adobe suite of video tools provides a wide array of choices, but how do you know which to use? This course aims to answer that important question. By providing an overview of the import process, and then moving into Premiere Pro, After Effects, and popular third-party keying tools, author Rich Harrington guides you through the keying process. Learn how to use the Ultra Keyer, KEYLIGHT, Primatte Keyer, zMatte, and more, while discovering ways to work with transparency and create great backdrops in Photoshop.
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Hi. My name's Rich Harrington, and welcome to this class on Adobe Green Screen Workflow. I'm going to be taking a look at several different techniques today that I'd like share with you. And it's all practical stuff. We're going to start out looking in Premiere Pro, talk about getting the footage organized and when we're going to key there. Then we'll graduate into After Effects and take a look at some of the advanced tools. We'll also explore third party solutions; as well as jump into Photoshop to create custom backdrops. There's a whole lot here and these are techniques that I use in my work flow. So I'll share with you practical advice to get the job done, that you can immediately put into action in your studio and for your clients.
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