Green Screen and Compositing for Beginners

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Want to learn how to do green screening and video compositing in your own projects? Well, you have come to the right place! Join us as David Bode explains how to get started with green screen and work with the resulting video in Premier Pro and Adobe After Effects.

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Introduction and Basic Concepts

03:41

1.Introduction
1 lesson, 03:41

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1.1
Introduction and Basic Concepts
03:41

2.Capturing Video
4 lessons, 47:14

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2.1
Knowing Your Camera, Chroma Subsampling, and Thinking About Lighting
13:39

2.2
Setting Up and Lighting The Green Screen
11:19

2.3
How To Light Your Subject
13:02

2.4
Using The Scopes in Premiere Pro
09:14

3.Compositing
7 lessons, 56:20

3.1
Transcoding DSLR Footage using 5D2RGB
04:45

3.2
Pulling The Key in Premiere Pro
07:09

3.3
Cleaning Up The Key and Compositing in Premiere Pro
12:24

3.4
Keying Your Shot in After Effects
11:15

3.5
Cleaning Up The Key in After Effects
07:39

3.6
Compositing Your Shot in After Effects
06:44

3.7
Tweaks and Color Correction in After Effects
06:24

4.Final Tips
2 lessons, 18:13

4.1
Using a Different Lighting Setup and Subject
10:31

4.2
Tweaks and Final Thoughts
07:42


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Lessons:
14
Length:
2.1 hours
About David Bode
Dave Bode is the leading expert on video and audio production in the upstate NY area. Working as a camera operator, editor, inventor, motion graphics designer, recording engineer, and studio musician, he truly is the Production Swiss Army Knife. Dave has created content for VH1 and Discovery Networks as well as inspirational videos that have been seen by millions. In early 2011, Dave started his own business (BODEMEDIA.TV) helping people create great looking videos.
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