90 Degree camera Rotation to Greenscreen
by Jon Smith on Sep 20, 2014 at 7:20:04 am
I tried finding an answer, but I'm new to using AE and might not be searching for the correct thing.
I want to replace a hallway with another shot to imply a different room than what's actually there. I went ahead and set up a quick green screen to show what I mean. I've attached a GIF below.
Do I even need a green screen for this shot if I'm replacing a space with no one in the foreground? What's the best way to have this second layer (room) replace the green screen in this camera movement?
Re: 90 Degree camera Rotation to Greenscreen by John Cuevas on Sep 24, 2014 at 12:41:40 pm
With the hard edges of the door, no, you don't need a green screen. Green screens are used to remove pixels from video, you could easily do that with a mask that tracks the door. The benefit of using a green screen there, is that you won't have to do any tracking.
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