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    Windforce
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    What do you use for blue/green screening?

    Paper?
    Cloth?
    I would like to hear some feedback from Jay, because his Blue screening was superior, without any noise. What did you use for bluescreening?
    how many lights?

    #713 Reply
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    I use blue paper.. Then in BSOL i just chose the color closest to the paper.. But Im assuming your using after effects or something with its instant chroma keying and stuff…

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    I couldnt find any other song, sorry.. Maybe ill edit it and then replace that link with a new one.. just need to get a better song lol.. SOrry

    Btw, I did email wandrer.. He said i already have it, which i did, but i reformatted my hard drive and lost it all and he never emailed me back with it..

    two contradicting statements
    Stupid kid, you have no idea about bsol :shake

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    Uhh… I seriously don’t get that lol.. Makes no sense. But it doesnt really mater the material IMO.. Because you can have blue paper, blue fabric, or whatever, but it will still be blue and in BSOL you chose teh color it is and stuff and you know.. So I dont think it matters that much.. I used a folder once and get nice results but I tried other folders and it wasnt as good…

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    I haven’t released any films that use bluescreening, but I’ve done some tests on my own and it worked well, so you’ll have to take my word for it. I used a poster board that I found at Office Max that’s about the closest I’ve seen to chroma blue. I used it as the background during the car scene of Falling Out. I lit that scene with two 100W bulbs that were completely bare, and you can see that the background isn’t reflecting any shiny spots. There’s also hardly any change in color from one side of the frame to the other (until you see the angled shot of Blue walking up). I didn’t put any effort at all into the lighting the background evenly here, so I imagine that if I tried the results would be very good.

    The stuff is called “Two Cool Colors,” it’s about poster size, the colors are “FL Blue/FL Purple” (it’s two sided), and I got it at Office Max for something like $1.50.

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    I used flourescent bristol board and one or two desk lamps, depending on the setup. The most difficult part I found was preventing reflections and reducing spill – the only way around that is to play around with it until it works. There’s some worthwhile info the the FAQ, too.

    -j

    #884 Reply
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    sry

    #887 Reply
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    Lets see, Blue Screening/Chromakeying.

    Acctauly if you use a green screen it works much better due to the way it reflects the light. (assumeing you are using a grey bace plate) Oh well, anyway about the accual screen.

    CWRProductions 8)
    Casey

    Email me for more in depth instructions
    cwr89@cinci.rr.com

    #911 Reply
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    kylepro, I did not give you permission to post on my thread.
    Please take this as a future warning and do not post on any of my threads.

    Remember child, soliciting in the forums will not be tolerated. :shake

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    Don’t have to be so harsh

    ….but you have a good point he did post the same add in 3 spots

    CWRProductions
    Casey

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