I would like to tell you about the use of chroma keying in green screen process so that you have all the information you need to understand all terms used. There are many uses for the coloured whether for photograph or film software. There is software that makes your job easier but without the knowledge it may all seem like a foreign language.
Chroma keying is not the only name that this kind of programming is known by. It is also known as colour keying for a very good reason. This is that you put two screens together, the one being the green screen, and then to the screen you can add pictures or people to the front or back of the frame or picture.
An example of this is where people use a green or in some cases a blue screen on weather reports so that a person can stand in front and point to the relevant images without looking out of place. It is also used in films where both people and animation are to be present at the same time.
This enables those who want to create a different looking scene to that you could create without this to make a person or character look as though they are in a different country or even at the bottom of the sea when really they are standing against a green background.
When you are programming, there are certain values applied to represent the pixels. There is a certain representation for each one which could be one letter, a number, symbol or both. The same goes for whether the programming is referring to the background (coloured) or what ever you wish to put in front of it.
The alternative references used can depend on two things. That is the programme that you want to use as well as if the programmer wishes to change them. So that the image of choice can be applied to replace the screen these codes are very important.
Now that the digital world seems to have many more benefits over film it seems that more people are using it. To get the best from your editing it is better to use the green screen rather than the blue as the end result has better clarification which makes for better viewing. To make sure you get the look you want there may be circumstances where you have to use a different colour screen such as a red or blue one. This is so that colours do not clash.
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