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Old 04-15-2009, 09:40 AM   #4
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Really great advice, just clarifying number (4), keep the subject as far away from the background as possible and always light the subject and background seperately.
Green is more common for chromakey as it appears less often in human features (eyes). Everything else can be changed. Also, the DV signal is composed 2:1 toward green and in theory can key green better. And finally, the old blue screen of film days was less troublesome in that film could handle a broader range of chroma than the digital signal.
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