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The fabric is fairly light and so it will need to be smooth. I do this by clipping the top and edges to pull them with a little tension. You can still see wrinkles but when you get to the actual keying ( I use After Effects CC) it all comes out if you go about it right. Lots of light and even light helps. So for pr… see more The fabric is fairly light and so it will need to be smooth. I do this by clipping the top and edges to pull them with a little tension. You can still see wrinkles but when you get to the actual keying ( I use After Effects CC) it all comes out if you go about it right. Lots of light and even light helps. So for practical purposes you don't have to iron it every time you use it if you pull it tight and have plenty of light. On the other hand if you have people walking on it you will have to keep it clean. I have never had to wash mine. I normally use it as a backdrop only and so it stays clean in a large plastic bag. I did iron it once, took 20 minutes and did help. But After Effects can handle most problems if you clip the top and sides to a frame ( they sell these on Amazon, too) I have a portable one that works great. see less
By Richard L. Barrett on May 8, 2014
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Yes, just fold it up loosely. Hard creases caused by folding the cloth too tightly could interfere with the masking of subjects. I have used tape or better yet 2" clamps to hold up the screen when shooting a clip. Great product and it works so well on video.
By Susan Mc Call on March 30, 2015
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Guess I don't understand the question. If you fold it you can fold it to any size.
By Neil O'Donnell on April 29, 2014
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I ironed it on the highest setting with steam, but then I feel my iron is a little sluggish in the heat department. So you may want to test a corner with your iron to make sure you're safe before you do the entire thing. Good luck! My son has really enjoyed the creativity his green screen gives him.
By theresa thomas on July 30, 2015
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