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eduardo MarmolRe: How to combine 3 greenscreen footage clips into one background.
by on May 22, 2012 at 7:11:31 pm

Hi Jonathan thanks for your response.

I think the main problem will be when I stack up the 3 clips on top of each other and the actual talent is right behind the other in some parts. For example I do a close up of the singer but you can still see the drummer behind him. I know this will probably work if I place the singer in the middle, bass player left and drummer right but that's kind of lame.

Is there a way to make a footage clip's background transparent like a .png file in Photoshop. It would be cool if once I key-out all the green in the clip I can get rid of it making it transparent. Not sure if that is possible though.


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