Refining a key


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Refining a key

As I'm sure most of you know, once you pull your initial key of green screen or a blue screen, there's plenty more work left to be done to actually get that key acceptable and have a finished polished project. So if we look at our project here, you'll notice we have our QuickTime file, which, let's play it back. You can see it's a dancer here, and she was shot on green screen, and there is a key filter applied to it. Let's select the filter and look in the Inspector and you can see it's the Keyer.

And the Keyer is kind of interesting in that it automatically analyzes the image and determines exactly what color to key out. Now if we look at the original image by clicking on the right thumbnail in the View section, you'll notice, yes, it is a green-screen shot, and the default setting for this filter did automatically key out the green. Now, as you can see with our hair here, there are some white pixels around the edge, and a lot of times as I'm making ad...

Refining a key
Video duration: 11m 6s 9h 1m Beginner Updated Aug 27, 2015

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Refining a key provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 5 Essential Training

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