This course creates the solid foundation providing video, film, and TV producers the understanding of special effects using Green Screen or Chroma Key technology.
The course is a narrated presentation.
Students will be presented with resources that they can use in their workplace or at home.
Visual Special Effects for video, film, and TV are put in place as part of a post-production process. The physical video is worked on after filming. This book and course serve as a solid foundation to understand how visual special effects work. In our discussion, when the word “video” is used, we are referring any video content seen on TV, film, on the web, Netflix, Amazon, DVD, etc. The word “video” will be an all inclusive word for any type of visual content.
Our background will be a still image where the subject will be placed in front. Backgrounds should have nice colors and a variety of colors. Backgrounds of an inside scene is more realistic as it would match the subject that most likely would be recorded inside in front of a green screen. A background of a beach would awkward if it is obvious that the subject’s lighting appears indoors due to recording inside in front of a green screen.
The subject is photographed in front of a bright green wall or bright green curtain. The green color is later removed by computer.
Chroma Key is the technical term associated with the visual green screen effects. It is seen commonly for weather forecast broadcasts.
This quiz gives an understanding of Chroma Key
We have talked about placing a subject with transparent surrounding in front of a background. Animated motion is done by changing the subject image position or using alternate image.
Your presentation or PowerPoint will have several slides that will have the position of the subject in different locations. Going from one slide to the next, you’ll have the impression that the subject is moving from one location to another. The slides will be combined into a video with a dissolve transition between slides to give it a basic animation of movement.
We have spent a lot of time talking about the visual special effects for your video. What about the audio? In animation, audio is recorded separately. With motion video recording, the audio is recorded at the same time. The recording of the animation can be made in a variety of ways.
This is a quiz on audio resources for your animation
Here are resources you can take advantage of
We conclude with an overview of what has been learned
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