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Thread: Bluescreening?




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    Hey guys,

    We don't really have a CGI forum per se, so I just thought I'd whack it here...

    Does anyone here know anything about creating your own blue/green/red screen for CGI / seen any articles/sites that might be helpful?

    Cheers,

    -Osiris

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    I've seen a couple ways of doing it, depending on what you are actually using to do the bluescreening part (software / hardware, etc...)

    You can actually buy a special blue / green screen paint which you can use to paint a wall / piece of canvas / whatever. I've seen some people use old sheets, and use something like Adobe Premiere to specify which color they want to remove... Just depends how inventive you are.

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    Well I will post a few pics to demonstrate how to in premiere 6.0...
    "I'm back!" ^_^

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    I'm fine with the actual processing part of it, I was just wondering what materials/lighting to use for the actual bluescreen... but it's OK, I think I've figured it out :).

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    that's kinda what I was gettin at. :)

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    :o Actually I was going to put together a blue screening demo by using Adobe Premiere and doing screen captures along the way, but it seems I no longer have any of my blue or green backdrop scenes left on my comp...But when I first started editing with Premiere this site was very helpful...

    Adobe
    "I'm back!" ^_^

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    CGI comes under Web Development, moving to that forum now.
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Actually, this should be in Audio / Visual in my thinking.. but you're the boss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stormybaka
    :o Actually I was going to put together a blue screening demo by using Adobe Premiere and doing screen captures along the way, but it seems I no longer have any of my blue or green backdrop scenes left on my comp...But when I first started editing with Premiere this site was very helpful...

    Adobe
    he only wanted to know what to use for a screen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Tweak
    CGI comes under Web Development, moving to that forum now.
    Originally posted by Beefy
    [B]Actually, this should be in Audio / Visual in my thinking.. but you're the boss.
    Maybe we could have CGI forum?

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