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HOW TO GREEN SCREEN, A FREE VIDEO TUTORIAL

Green screen, which is also called chroma-key, is one of the most popular video editing techniques.   No wonder. With it, you can do just about anything.

With green screen, you can transfer the setting of your video anywhere you want without spending a dime.

Discover how to use green screen technique with this free video editing tutorial. I show you how I did a green screen for the Stephen Colbert green screen challenge using Final Cut video editing software. The process is similar in all programs.

It’s easy to do if you have video editing software that will do it, and most will except for the most basic, low-level  software packages, like Windows Movie Maker or iMovie.

Thanks for reading Video Production Tips.

Lorraine Grula

Internet Video Gal

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Lorraine Grula


Lorraine Grula enjoyed a fast-paced, multifaceted career in the television and video business, producing, shooting, writing, and editing documentary-style videos in both news and corporate settings. Later, she got to teach media and video production in two high schools, which then morphed into instructional design and corporate training. Lorraine is now dedicated to sharing her vast knowledge with others who wish to learn the art of video making, with an emphasis on storytelling and creating professional-quality videos for the internet as simply, yet creatively as possible.