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Using masks with KEYLIGHT

Using masks with KEYLIGHT: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow
Using masks with KEYLIGHT: Adobe Green-Screen Workflow

While there are several keyers included with Adobe After Effects, one of the best to use is KEYLIGHT. It’s a third-party tool that was bundled with After Effects, and it's been used on several feature films. In this video, join Richard Harrington as he demonstrates how to use masks in KEYLIGHT in After Effects.

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Skill Level Intermediate
2h 47m
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Skills covered in this course
Compositing Video Video Editing After Effects Premiere Pro

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