One of the most common post-production techniques is shooting a performer in front of a blue or green screen, with the ultimate goal to key out the person and composite against a different background later. Adobe After Effects has long had excellent keying tools but for years it has been accepted that there’s only so much you can do with a bad piece of footage. This situation has improved now with two effects in the 2014 release of After Effects CC.
Learn how to get better keying results from compressed or badly shot green-screen footage with the Keying effects and remove color spill with the Advanced Spill Suppressor controls.
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