Creating a garbage matte


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Creating a garbage matte

In this chapter, we're going to look at keying and compositing. Keying is the process of removing a green screen so you can isolate an object. So if we wanted to composite this bounced basketball in another scene and not in front of this green thing, then we would shoot it in front of a green screen and then remove the green screen and then we could adjust it later in post how we like it. Almost always, the first part of the process, when you're keying, is to create something called a Garbage Matte. If we do a search for the word Garbage in the Effects panel, we'll see there is actually several different effects for this, as you could see that there is an Eight-Point, a Four-Point, and a Sixteen-Point Garbage Matte.

Now what you do with the Garbage Matte is you get rid of the junk that wound up in the scene. Invariably, when you're shooting green screen work, there is a boom stand or there is other technical stuff off in the distance because the green screen didn't ...

Creating a garbage matte
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Creating a garbage matte provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS4 Beyond the Basics

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