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    Green screen freeware

    This may be a stupid question, but does anyone know any freeware (not shareware) video editing software that allows me to use green screens?
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    Re: Green screen freeware

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    Re: Green screen freeware

    I've tried that already!
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    Re: Green screen freeware

    What do you mean "use greenscreens"?

    If you mean a program that can actually turn green/blue/any colour screens into another background, a lot of video editing programs have that. Sony Vegas' "chroma keyer" feature is one that comes to mind. Hell, even Windows Movie Maker is capable of some crude bluescreening.

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    Re: Green screen freeware

    Chromakey/greenscreen isn't a freeware feature. If you've tried google chances are you wont find any free program that will do it and do it well.

    Both after effects and Premier Pro have good chroma key functions, download the trial of them and use that.

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    Re: Green screen freeware

    Quote Originally Posted by Domos
    What do you mean "use greenscreens"?

    If you mean a program that can actually turn green/blue/any colour screens into another background, a lot of video editing programs have that. Sony Vegas' "chroma keyer" feature is one that comes to mind. Hell, even Windows Movie Maker is capable of some crude bluescreening.

    http://www.wikihow.com/Chroma-Key-in-Wi ... ovie-Maker
    Thanks! This works for me!
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