Green Screen with LumaFusion in 4k - iPad Pro 10.5

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A few of you were asking how to do Chroma Key/ Green screen with Lumafusion. So I thought I would put together a tutorial

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27 replies
  1. Daithi O Donoghue
    Daithi O Donoghue says:

    Fantastic stuff! I'll be doing some green-screening with my English as a second language students in the coming weeks. Your tutorial came in very handy for me as I only tried green-screening the once with lumafusion to date. Thank you and "put on some pants!"

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  2. jmayor88
    jmayor88 says:

    To match color of green screen you can hold the ink dropper tool to the right of the Key Color and drag over to video green screen/whatever color. Then you don’t have to guess at the hue with their hue picker. 👍🏽

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  3. Kirk Hansen
    Kirk Hansen says:

    This was just fantastic Lee! You saved me HOURS of trying to figure this out on my own. Just the section on adjusting coloring was worth watching on its own. I watched this several times. Great content! Keep it up!

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