Help with Greenscreen

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    Joseph Propati

    You can also use iKITmovie and fluidmask!

    iKITmovie is a full video, sound, and effects program just for stop animation. I read a lot about it and it seems really cool.

    Fluidmask is a program that allows you to remove parts of an image so only the image left will show and you can have a backgound image show through what was taken off. This program is great for Brickfilms.

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    Participant if you don’t mind the grueling work of greenscreening frame by frame this program is a few steps above your regular paint program and one step below photoshop:

    2.wax 2.0: is a video editing program, it is not “dedicated” just to greenscreening but it has that feature (and many other features): … 13349.html

    3.GIMP: it is another picture editing software, it is what most ppl use:

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    Hello, Im new to this site and I dont know where to post this.

    I need to know how this green screen works and what program is best to use? I really want a free program.

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