Back in 2016 I produced a video called “How to Get a Flawless Green Screen Shoot in a Tiny Room.”

Here it is if you’d like to check it out: Green Screen in Small Spaces

But recently I began to wonder about that.

What if I took that same footage shot so long ago with a camera I’ve upgraded twice since then and ran it through a couple of the editing tools I use today? Could it look noticeably better?

And I was shocked. I mean really shocked.

It seems that getting the lighting right the first time has even more of an effect than I had previously imagined.

This means your job could be so much easier if you want to make videos with a green screen.

Here are (non-affilliate) links to the plug-ins mentioned in this episode:

ROBUSKEY

https://www.isp.co.jp/en/products/robuskey/

HAWAIKI KEYER

https://hawaiki.co/keyer.html

CINEMAGRADE

https://cinemagrade.com/

ULTRAKEY

https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/how-to/ultra-key-effect.html

    4 replies to "UPDATED! How to Make Your Best Small Room Green Screen Videos"

    • Jim Pollock

      RobusKey? Hmm…I forgot to walk in front of my GS lights on the last shoot, but thankfully I had marked my spot w blue painter’s tape. The fringe could have made my clip totally unusable. Geesh!


      • Steven Washer

        Sounds like you’ve made that part of your checklist. And so yet another way to save your shoot!


    • Ismaeel Abdur-Rasheed

      Steve, thank so much for all your gifts of knowledge and experience (hard-won I’m sure)

      You always succeed at providing value!

      -Izzy


      • Steven Washer

        Well, the “hard-won” at least is true. 😉


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