In this chapter we're going to take a look at compositing. Another word for compositing is combining. Basically, it's the process of combining multiple elements into the same scene. So in this case we have this background here and I've combined some green screen footage and this is very common and we'll talk about what the deal is with this whole green thing in the next movie. What I did is I added the garbage matte, which I've talked about how to do, and then I added the new effect called Ultra Key, which we'll look at in the next movie, which as you could see pretty clearly remove this green screen.
Then I edit a few color adjustments, which we'll look at in the next chapter. And basically made it so that he looks like he belongs more in the same scene with the background and I added another video clip and made it so it is about the same size as the monitor in the background, and here we have our composite. So, this is the art of compositing, taking multiple elements combining them together in the same scene. Premiere is not a powerhouse at this. If you want some real power over compositing you want to go over to something like Adobe After Effects, but still there are some tools in here that if you're in a pinch and you need to pull things together like this, Premiere can get the job done.
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