YouTube is indisputably the world’s biggest video sharing site but for many, Vimeo is where the comments and critique really matter. Not only a place to showcase your artwork, Vimeo also has a passionate community full of indie filmmakers, experimental artists and those with a penchant for the moving image. This makes it an incredibly creative and helpful community, complete with a Video School section.
Technically known as chroma-keying, green screening is the process of masking a video using color – removing specific parts so you can overlay one video on top of another. An obvious example is the weather, where a presenter will stand in front of what appears to be a giant map. Today I want to show you how to do green screening in iMovie, and Adobe Premiere. It’s actually really easy, but something a little unique to consider for your next video project.
Welcome to another edition of “Stuff I Found On The Web”. In today’s edition, we will be looking at shooting AK-47′s underwater (because why not?), removing backgrounds from images, imagining yourself inside the Space Shuttle Discovery, and an inside look at what happens to whistleblowers after the whistle has long been blown. Sounds interesting? Read on.