Green Screen Compositing

Blockbuster movies, videogames and news reports wouldn’t be the same today without the use of greenscreen. Also known as Chroma key compositing or Chroma keying, this technique allows people and objects to be placed in any setting by replacing their real background. In this Green-screen Compositing course, we take a look at how you can apply this technique by making actors appear as if they were inside a 3D Blender environment
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Blockbuster movies, video games and news reports wouldn’t be the same today without the use of green-screen. Also known as Chroma key compositing or Chroma keying, this technique allows people and objects to be placed in any setting by replacing their real background. In this Green-screen Compositing course, Richard van der Oost takes a look at how you can apply this technique by making actors appear as if they were inside a 3D Blender environment - when, in fact, they are actually sitting in front of a green-screen. The course consists of 7 lessons which will take you through the process step by step and show you how to recreate a green-screen composition of your own.