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Green Screen & Chroma Keying

Chroma Keying is a post production technique used for layering two images (or videos) together based on colours and hues. The green screen is green because that is the furthest colour from any natural skin tone. Common areas of use include weather reporting and high-end visual effects in high-production movies. If you have a video production where you would like to be standing in front of the Sydney Harbour bridge or standing on stage at Coachella but don’t have the budget to get these shots, then this type of video production is perfect for you. Provided an image or footage can be found, anything can be put in the background of your video with this production method. 

Video Blog

The top vloggers have backgrounds that represent who they are. A bad background can hurt your channel, so why take the risk?

Promotional Videos

Sometimes you want your video filmed at an amazing location that you just can't possibly be. That's where the green screen comes in.

Infomercials

Consumers are likely to avoid infomercials that have a 'vintage 90's' look. Don't risk production value, utilise the green screen.

Why Green Screen?

Have you ever wondered why the screen is green and not any other colour? Or perhaps you didn't know that the first screen introduced was actually blue! Introduced in the 1940s, green screen and chroma keying are techniques used to integrate two seperate video layers together into one seamless production. To put it simply, it's how your daily weather report is delivered with the animated background highlighting pressure system movements and temperature forecasts, while still having the presenter visible to break it down. Media Booth makes it possible for business owners to take advantage of the perfect backdrop to deliver any piece of video content to their consumers. The first step to shooting any video production is understanding the process, so we break this down for you to better understand what exactly it all involves, and how it's not just a matter of standing in front of a big green background and hoping for the best.

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Green Screen

Green screen provides you with the perfect opportunity to present in front of the ideal backdrop for your video, without needing to travel. This comes especially in handy if you are planning on promoting your business in another region if you’re expanding or just travelling to a certain city for an event. Media Booth’s studio has built in green screen facilities meaning you can access this feature without venturing too far. It can also reduce the downsides of filming in the great outdoors such as noise pollution or noise distortion, lighting issues and even unpredictable interruptions. Green screen video is perfect for how-to or instructional videos, short-term promotions, special events and even introductory video.

Chroma Keying

We’ve broken down the benefits that green screen can provide your video content. But how do you go from talking in front of a big green sheet to standing in front of one of Australia’s biggest national icons, Following your video shoot is the process of chroma keying. Chroma keying is the process of joining two separate layers together in the same video production. Our in-house video production team take the time necessary to ensure a seamless integration between you and the chosen backdrop. 

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