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Posted on Oct 16, 2011
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Special Thanks to Brandon F. for helping develop this technique for After Effects!
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Margie jGalliver
08/12/2017
This is brilliant... soooo helpful. Thanks!
Jayeshkumar
06/11/2017
That was superb!!!
Danny
05/09/2017
Does anyone know if there's a 32 bit alternative to using the 8bpc Channel Combiner? I want to work in 32bpc and export as a 32bit DPX or EXR for grading in resolve. Using the current channel combiner gives me a warning about reducing color precision and losing HDR values :(
yilakl
05/03/2016
big fan!!

Mphatso Chambakata
04/28/2016
Andie....the way you do your thing....you must becoming from one other planets out there...I like you personally
haider
10/09/2015
I don't have green screen and I've shoot the video like this one but I don't know now how to key out background without green screen.. Any one there for help?
Thanks in advance
Jashan
10/22/2016
Rotoscoping
Andrejs
03/09/2016
Mask,mate!
Liv Chitra
08/30/2015
all verygood
proshenjit
06/09/2015
This is awesome. Thank you, Andrew! Is there a script for this precomposing process? Seems like it would speed up the workflow if you had a ton of green screen footage.
Mike Wilson
04/14/2015
This is awesome. Thank you, Andrew! Is there a script for this precomposing process? Seems like it would speed up the workflow if you had a ton of green screen footage.
Jaymes Romero
01/28/2015
So....this kind of half helped. This method of keying only seems to work for a shot like this whereas if you tried to use it for any other shot, you get stuck with a grey background instead of a green background. Some help on getting rid of the background would be great.
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