Animation Bible: Thank you Robert you did a good job. Very helpful tutorial.
What I Feel: It hurts my soul that I almost purchased Pro when all of this can be done in Studio.
DIYbyBILL: Thanks! I need to try this!
TheAssaultDragon: i have a school work to do, you helped me a LOT.
PlayingWithFire: Any tips on not having to use the blur? I can't adjust my stuff properly, and I have no time to reshoot footage :(
Sherrisa: Thank you dude!
TruGlow Productions: Thanks!! helped a ton
lightning116: Huh. Pinnacle Studio 16 has been crashing constantly for me since I bought an El Gato capture card. Maybe Sony Vegas Movie Studio is the way to go.
CrazyJ's: Thank you, you are awesome and simple :D
Mama Littlefoot: Thank you so much for this tutorial! Had no idea it would be so simple! Instead of "playing around" with the sliders in the "Event FX" for green screen removal I just used the pipette to suck up the specific hue of the green scree used and voila!
SpiritWolf08: I'm really struggling... For some reason every time I click the chroma keyer and add it to a clip I want to chroma key, the clip turns blue... Like a weird hued blue! I can't change it back and the only way I make it look not as bad is by changing the whole movie to black and white. All help is appreciated :)
Zoey Hart: Thanks a ton! I finally have a cool intro for my WoW videos :D
JonnysKia: Hello there, I need help. The subjects of my chroma key have a lot of "tearing" on them when I put them on the background. To describe it better, there is a white "matte" around my subject and no amount of slider work makes that go away. It is very frustrating and any added subjects always have to be dreamlike and ghostly. Are you able to help me with stopping this? The subjects are on a grey background to start with. They are cartoons basically.
hylx: My green screen filter doesn't work well! he absorbs the blue and green color! help me :(
Neeble Keebler: Thanks!!!
CHAPSNAT PRODUCTIONS: HOLY SH!T!!!! IT ACTUALLY WORKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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