Video 4 of 4 in the Small Room Green Screen Series

Here’s the final video in my series on making really, really, really nice green screen videos in small spaces.

The series is platform agnostic. You can successfully accomplish any of these tasks no matter what editing program or software you use. This is because it emphasizes the processes you need to understand, not the buttons you need to click.

This video demonstrates a simple method to hide any imperfections by using your backgrounds more strategically.

P.S. Updated to show more detail in the problem areas!

Here are the 3 previous videos in the series:

Video 1 – Double-System Lighting

Video 2 – Scrubbing Out the Collar

Video 3 – Cleaning Up the Skin Tone

    11 replies to "The Coolest Green Screen Hack"

    • Jay Lepore

      Always watch your new videos. You are the high bar in green screen videos for me.

      Iโ€™d like to suggest when demonstrating jaggies and sizzles etc that you zoom in close to the problem areas. Otherwise on a mobile device they cannot be seen and the corrections not appreciated.

      Thanks again for your series.


      • Steven Washer

        Thank you, Jay. Suggestion noted and video updated ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Ivan Remus

      Excellent video, Steven!
      I have a question, where do you suggest we look for an excellent digital background (backdrop) for our green screen videos?
      I love the one that you use, and I haven’t been able to find one that inspires me as much as your digital background does.

      • Steven Washer

        I think I found that one at Search “living room background” to start.

      • Steve Botsford

        Ivan, If youโ€™re on a budget try for free high quality photos.

    • Jay Overton

      Great series! Hawaiki Keyer is an IOS-only program. Any suggestions for a Windows-based program that will work similarly? I’m an Adobe guy and Premiere Pro and After Effects could use help with their keying solutions.

    • Jay Creighton

      Hello Steve! Thank you for a very informative video. I really appreciate your update to show more detail in the problem areas! Now, I understand what you mean by the “jaggies,” and the sizzle. Thanks for being a great inspiration to us amateur videographers. I’m sure that all of us are very appreciative that you are sharing your expertise here, in your videos, and also on your website. Great work, sir!

    • Robert

      Dear Steven! Not a lot of experience here but it is always fun to watch and follow your simple, yet useful and practical, approach to complex problems which causes so many headaches. Thank you for a professional approach and clear messages. Stay safe!

    • Robert

      P.S. To correct previous comment, to avoid confusion: Not a lot of experience at my side ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you, Robert!

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