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Learn how to digitally extend a set with After Effects. Lee Lanier shows how to remove a tricky green screen with the KEYLIGHT plugin and a custom luma matte, motion track a new background with appropriate parallax, digitally dress a set with static artwork, fabricate shadows, and relight the footage to create a realistic result.
Hi, I'm Lee Lanier and welcome to VFX Techniques: Digital Set Extension. In this course we'll look at digitally extending/ and dressing the set in shot against green screen. I'll start by showing you how to remove a difficult green screen with keying tools and a custom luma- mat. We'll see how to create complex results by layering 3D renders, static artwork and procedural effects. We'll be covering all these features plus plenty of other tools and techniques.
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