Keylight is a very powerful keyer that is available in After Effects as a plugin. In this course, author Luisa Winters will start by explaining what keying is and how to get the most out of your shoot, while in production. Then she will demonstrate basic keying, refining the matte, using masks and even color correction.
- I would like to thank you for watching this title.…You can see that Keylight is easy to use and very powerful.…I am so very happy that the people at Adobe include this…with our basic installation of After Effects.…If you're looking for what to do next,…I would like to suggest you watch other…After Effects Guru titles, there are many.…This is Luisa Winters, thank you so much for spending…a little bit of time with me.…I sincerely hope I'll see you soon.…
- Shooting for the key
- Basic keying
- Refining the matte
- Masking a key
- Correcting color
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Keying Workflow
2. Basic Keying
3. Screen Matte
5. Color Correction
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