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It works well, you'll just need to adjust the green when you chromakey,
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This is a decent green screen for the price. I used it at least once a week for weekly astronomy videos that I make, and sometimes more often than that.
It is a bit darker than what a typical green screen should be, but it is perfectly usable. I edit in Sony Vegas 11, and it only takes a few seconds to slightly alter the green for keying in a background. As with any green screen, the really important thing to do is get even lighting on the green screen itself. Because of where I have mine located, I have very little headroom - only a bit over 7" of clearance. So I have to put lights more off to the side to avoid shadows. And I have more than one person in the scene, shadows really DO become problematic.
But that's not the fault of this product - that's the space and the lighting.
I used a 10' long plumbing pipe to mount it, and it works great. Came wrinkled, but all you have to do is hang it, spray it lightly with a bottle of water, and "Voila!" - it will flatten out like magic. Good product - just wish it was a tad brighter, but it still works fine.
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Initial post: Dec 11, 2013 4:18:22 AM PST
Duane K. Siebert says:
Great Tips! Thank you.
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