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  • Edius Chromakey

    I thought I would post this just to let most of the newer guys on the forum know how good the chromakey keyer performs.

    I did a green screen shoot yesterday and I was going to record it right into the computer but
    decided to just use the camera. This was going to go into the computer at 4:2:2 as opposed to my recording at 4:2:0.
    I brought the tape home and captured uncompressed to 4:2:2, remember still not the same as actually recording in that mode, and put the test sample into AE keylight, Ultra CS3 and Edius.

    It looked good in AE afer about 5 minutes of adjusting.
    I put it into Ultra and it looked pretty good after about 10 minutes of fiddling around.
    I put it into Edius and it took about 20 seconds for me to get a perfect key.
    Also, it was in realtime, as opposed to the 2 other programs.

    I thought many of you who have not tried the chromakeyer might find this interesting.
    Six Gill DV

    If you own the Tutorials and you need help, PM me.

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    Here, here. Same results with some HVX footage shot at 1080. I like AE when adding a lot of motion but for something simple Edius is very nice and quick.

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