Part of Course: Video Production Model
Unit Overview / Details
Students expand on their learning of basic picture and sound editing by learning concepts such as advanced file management (transcoding), compositing, keying, filtering, primary and secondary color correction, audio EQ, audio sweetening, and changing motion parameters of clips and graphics. Students are trained in how to stay up-to-date with changing innovations in media delivery, from tape, to streaming. They receive hands-on experience exporting and compressing their projects for various professional and consumer formats.
Content / Concepts
- Chroma Keying screening techniques and equipment
- Lighting considerations
- Do's and Don't for Green screening
- Using the filters
- Key-frame animation
Lessons in this Unit
This lesson is an introduction to chroma key. Students will learn how chroma key works and the history of chroma key. Some basic chroma key editing tips will be discussed.
- One Class Session
- 55 Minutes