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How To Green Screeen Video Made Easy for Beginners

October 25, 2009 by · 25 Comments 

Video marketing tips for online marketers – Green screen / blue screen techniques made easy for quick home made video making without needing an separate room or even studio. Learn how to replace the background in your video and more.




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25 Responses to “How To Green Screeen Video Made Easy for Beginners”
  1. FreeTrafficSystems says:

    Great vid, view my channel and be my friend. Thank you.

    Take care.

  2. ThomasGrillo says:

    Hi, I’m just starting to get into green screen work. I did a successful test shot using bright green posterboard, and Magix Movie Edit Pro 15 Plus. I’ve got a 6 by 9 green screen sheet and stand on the way. Thanks for this well done tutorial. πŸ™‚

  3. redboosd says:

    you can do it too with windows movie maker

  4. adidas111112 says:

    is this a tour of you house or a green screen material?

  5. Davidt963 says:

    3 lights : a fill light , a key light and a back light

  6. Davidt963 says:

    wtf with Adobe After Effects?? its the best program for chroma keying altrough its around 1000 $ (little expensive πŸ˜‰ )

  7. tmarpe says:

    lots of information, so nice telling us lots of details

  8. maltadress says:

    MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 15 Plus

  9. MacintoshKiller says:

    DebugMode Wax is free and simple how many lights should I use and do I need a stand for my lights for a dark room?

  10. MrSWL says:

    You have my 5 stars πŸ™‚

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  12. mathew0923 says:

    what did you use to make the text during the video?

  13. MrSpartica says:

    wow. very informative and impressive. and btw you look very good for your age mam =]

  14. MogliEdit says:

    for chroma key you can also use WAX. ItΒ΄s free sofware

  15. successmatrix says:

    Movie maker has an option they call “blue screen” that pretends that effect. But you cannot really replace the background behind you on video. Movie Maker calls this “blue screen” what is something “almost” like rhe real blue screen. They have an option to tweak something like picture over picture. But you cannot put yourself in front, and exchange the background behind you like real green screen/blue screen technology makes it.

  16. blindriptide says:

    very well done! You are very informative.

  17. Saggmos95 says:

    movie maker DOES work

  18. karinhiebert says:

    great video, great information…and very well explained!

    I want that Closet!!!!

    chat soon…

    Karin

  19. ImOfNope says:

    Thank you for the response and the information.

  20. successmatrix says:

    And like said in the video, the other explanation I found is to just keep in mind that the contrast with dark colors might work better with green which is brighter. While light colors (like blond hair) result in a sharper contrast with a blue.
    This is just an orientation. Both blue/green actually work fine.

    And I can tell that I was wearing a white shirt with a green backdrop, and it absolutely worked well. (you can see that video in my favourites). Hope that helps πŸ™‚

  21. successmatrix says:

    Actually I believe it would not make much of a difference. The blue backdrop has been used for many years in the film industry, and obviously worked well. Then green baceme more popular. I was curious about the difference, and the result of my research was that when actors spent whole days in a completely blue studio they were tending to get depressed. Blue is a dark cold color. While big green studios seemed to have a more cheerful impact on the psyche. That is one story I have found.

  22. ImOfNope says:

    Great job on the video and information. It was very simple as well as understandable. I have a thought. You say that blue screen works better for someone who is more light hair and you use the green screen because your hair is dark. Let’s say your interviewing someone who is blond. Your both sitting on stools and behind you is a green screen and behind the blond person is a blue screen. Just curious about your thought on that technique? Thanks in advance.

  23. successmatrix says:

    So far I have not used magix plugins, but I recommend you go to magix(dot)com, and there go to “community” and register as member – That is the place where I post my questions and get answers from geeks pretty quickly. So this might be helpful for you too.
    Take care,
    Sanja

  24. sdmix1 says:

    Very helpful but i have a question for you, where do you find plugins for Magix edit pro which is what i’m using as well?

  25. bakura1030 says:

    Yet another awesome tutorial, Great job Sanja πŸ™‚ Your house looks awesome too :p

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