- Shooting for the key
- Basic keying
- Refining the matte
- Masking a key
- Correcting color
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hi, I'm Luisa Winters. Welcome to Adobe After Effects Guru. Keylight is a very powerful keyer, that is available in After Effects as a plugin. This is one of those plugins that we all get as it installs with the basic installation of the program. Keylight was developed to help with difficult keys in feature films, and over the years it has been used in a ton of films that I am sure you have seen. In this title, I will start by explaining what keying is, and how to get the most out of your shoot while in production.
Then we will get into basic keying, refining the mat, using masks, and even, color correction. I am confident that this title will help you get started with Keylight, and that your keying tasks will be a little easier.
Mograph Techniques: Retiming and Tracking Footagewith Ian Robinson2h 46m Intermediate
VFX Techniques: Creating Particle Effectswith Lee Lanier2h 50m Intermediate
1. Keying Workflow
2. Basic Keying
3. Screen Matte
5. Color Correction
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