So I have a small problem 've built me a Greenbox in adobe premiere pro 2.0 I then the chroma key to put my video, a video background and have added the clip exported after the export, I wanted to see the result and the transition of the two videos were full of pixelated
me because someone could help?
thx in advance!
Antwort von thos-berlin:
I have not a premiere, but a friend of me does so regularly Chromakey green. Without major Pixeleien "s.den edges.
Very much have you not on your equipment, or file format and time line settings written ....
I hope that the foreground material in the best possible form, at least as a DV-AVI. In an MPEG keyen probably makes no sense, because the compression s.den edges ever have any colors that are just not quite the right green anymore, but still so green that it is seen.
I would be synonymous, the first output video in DV AVI making. So the time line set and export it out. Although it cost more space, but in any case, perhaps a higher quality than direct work with MPEG.
Have you already synonymous of the pixels in the thumbnail view?
In Chromakey is the lighting of the right - in your case - green background is very important to ensure that everything is nicely and evenly without shadows is green (almost leichtet).
Did you with the parameters of the Keyers little better? One can often find the hue for the Key and finely adjust to a "sensitivity".
I once (I think in the "Video Friends" or "Videotreffunkt" but I am not sure) seen that it may make sense to hire the scene a second time to Keyen and a Gaussian blur 'drüberzulegen. Maybe someone here can give details.
Antwort von jessna:
big thx! 've now corrupted! the original file was in MPEG format