===It's very simple actually. A green screen is a large green sheet that goes on the wall. When a person films a video in front of a green screen, they put it in an editing software with chroma key. Chroma key is the removal of a single color, therefore when chroma key is activated, the green gets removed, and ANY background gets inserted. That's why you can not wear green against a green screen, because if you wore a green shirt for example, it would be invisible and you would see the background you inserted instead of your shirt. Basically you can do "green screening" with any color, but green and blue are the furthest away from your skin color. That's so your skin isn't invisible If you did a white/black screen, there's a good chance your skin would be invisible That is why they use green. Hope that answers your question !! =) === A more technical explanation about this topic would be helpful. A dedicated color camera with RGB output is focused on the painted green screen wall. Such as you would find in a TV weatherman's studio. The green color that the camera sees, is sent to a switcher that has chroma keying abilities. Once the chroma keying is turned on, two adjustments are usually set for dissolving the green from the video. First, a range of colors on the switcher is adjusted to find green. the other control is adjusted to find the saturation of the color green. Now the green color should be dissolved and a blank screen seen. What has happened to the green color. In electronics, when two voltages are generated and come together 180 degrees out of phase, they cancel. When the camera provided one voltage, and the switcher provided an identical voltage, but 180 degrees out of phase, cancellation occurred and the video is now sent down stream where an overlay may be added, such as a states weather map, or any other video..
Buy the drum set to get the green screen to work
There is no ability to green screen or blue screen with windows live movie maker.
Pinnacle Systems Studio Ultimate Version 12 works with green screen.
You can buy one from the internet (i can animate)However before you do this:do you have enough light for your green screen? yesDo you have a program/camera that can work with a green screen? yesDo you know how to use a green screen? yesHave you got a place to put a green screen? yesIf you have all the following then i highly recommend you buying one
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The video camera isn't what makes the green screen work, it's the software used. Even a web cam camera can be used in-conjunction with a green screen.
yes for the most part all cameras work with a green screen, but it all depends on how even the light is across your subject and the green screen and what kind of chroma keyer you are using.
green screen i think
Check out the URL posted below for more information on Green/Blue Screen applications in Windows Movie Maker:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dtFYD-2NRMc
Technically, you could just get a lime green tablecloth at walmart for ten dollars. But you need software to edit the green screen footage! iMovie 09 and 11 work for that, but judging by your category choice you use windows. I'm not sure about Windows Movie Maker. Some sure bets are Final Cut, After Effects would work to.
they use a green screen
to green screen, any type of green will work, but a lighter and brighter green colour will work better, most video recording programs support green screening, e.g final cut pro, and even imovie supports it, sorry i cant name any programs for PC i do not work with PC only macs,
If you use a green screen to film your videos, you have to remove it using a movie editing software. YouTube currently does not have the capability in its YouTube Editor software to edit green screens.
Sadly, no. Any software that has green screen capabilities cannot use a blank wall. Only green and blue screens will work. However, if your blank wall is completely green or blue and doesn't have many bumps on it, then it could be used like a green screen.
It depends on when you mean the tv show or movie they were mostly in front of a green screen in the tv show and the the movie but the tv show had parts that the cast did some of the burnouts hope I helped a little
Yes, it DOES have green screen capabilities. The video affect you should apply to your green screen footage is "chroma key".
The green screen doesn't look green on T.V. because on the set for whatever they are doing the camera people put a backround on the green screen. That way you don't see the green screen only the backround. The people on set see the green screen.
There are two video tutorials on green/blue screen applications listed in the Related Links section below. Check them out for information on how the Green/Blue Screening process works.
There is atleast over a MILLION kind of green screens, how are we suposse to know wich one
The two most used technologies in the movie are stunt doubles and a green-screen
This all depends on how you want to use it From my knoladge if you want to use a green screen get a sutible program E.G. I can annimate The green screen needs a lot of light so try to get two desk lights angle at the middle! For more information search online If you want a green screen for recording DO NOT by a program that says on it "...animation useage..." because it will not work for vedio recording!
The color of the background screen is electronically filled with another image. It is called Chroma key. You can see it fail when the person in front of the screen wares the same color as the screen.
of coarse not! because The Movie''2012'' Was Made With A Green Screen And Props
Green screen effect is only available in Windows Xp systems.