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Green Screen Production Master Class Learn By Video

Course Summary

A guide to lighting, shooting, and compositing with green screens

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    Course Syllabus

    • Keying and Matte Extraction Overview
      • Introduction
      • How Color Difference Matting Works: A Brief History
      • Variations on Green Screen and Matting Methods
      • Live Broadcast Green Screen with Hardware Keyers
      • A Video Tour of a Typical Green Screen Studio
      • HBO's "John Adams": Professional Green Screen Compositing
    • Green and Blue Screen Materials
      • Green/Blue Screen Materials and Processes
      • A Live Video Guide to Green Screen Materials
      • Setting Up a Portable Green Screen Frame
      • Blue vs. Green Screen and HD Camera Technology
      • The Reflecmedia LED Front-Projection System
      • Using Portable Pop-Up Screens Lit by the Sun
    • Proper Lighting and Camera Setup
      • Basic Lighting Setups and Positioning
      • Setting White Balance
      • Using a Scope to Measure Your Green Screen Exposures
      • Setting the 70% Zebra on Your Camera
      • Comparing Materials and Light Combinations on the Scope
      • Adjusting Kino Flo Portable Lights and Using the Scope
      • Using Colored Lights to Reduce Light and Correct Screen Issues
      • Lighting the Foreground Subjects for Your Intended Composite
    • Planning the Shoot
      • Storyboards and Animatics
      • On-Set Direction for Best Results in Post
      • Props and Two-Color Screens
      • Contact with the Green Screen
    • Professional and DIY Lighting Setups
      • Pro Lighting with Kino Flos
      • Positioning Portable Lights for Creative Lighting Effects
      • Adding Tracking Markers to Green Screen
      • Building the Portable "NanoSoftBox" 500-Watt Light (Part 1)
      • Building the Portable "NanoSoftBox" 500-Watt Light (Part 2)
      • Building Variations of Portable Lights
      • Using Homemade Lights with a Green Screen
    • Software Options
      • VeeScopeLive: Affordable Live Keying Software
      • The Conduit 2.0 Compositing Suite
      • The Boris Continuum Complete AE 8
      • The Keylight Effect in After Effects
    • Working with Virtual Sets
      • Using Ultimatte Hardware in Real Time
      • Using NewTek TriCaster 850 with LiveSet
      • Working with Preconstructed 3D Sets (
      • Building Your Own 3D Sets (
      • Creating Simulated Camera Moves in Post
    • Compositing Footage
      • Using Keylight to Color-Correct the Foreground to Match the Background
      • Matching Foreground to Background Plates with Rack Focus
      • Modifying Layers for Effect
    • Fixing Problem Green Screen Shots
      • Fixing Poorly Lit Green Screen Footage
      • Compensating for Underexposure
      • Correcting Difficult Spill
    • Designing the Corporate Green Screen Studio
      • Planning the studio
      • Setting up the studio
      • Scoping the lights on the screen
      • Test shoot with the green screen and live model
    • Lighting and Measuring Tools on Portable Devices
      • iPad/iPhone measurement tools
      • V-scope Live on iPad

Course Fee:
USD 36

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1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Operating Systems Community

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