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Chromakey filming

Discussion in 'Camcorders, Action Cams & Video Editing Forum' started by thebrummy_one, Feb 10, 2004.

  1. thebrummy_one

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    Okay folks, this is trying to run before I'm born but, I am decorating my new studio (aka the garage) and in time to come I have thoughts of experimenting with chromakey filming. The question I have at this stage is. Is there a particluar shade of blue recommended for the background? If somebody knows the mix code:boring: or BS no. I would be grateful.
     
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    There's a proper Chromakey paint (Blue and Green)

    It's made by Rosco you'll find it here but you'll have to register, or do a Google search for other companies. It's not chepa but works very well as it has a very strong colour, with special properties in the paint.
     
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    Cool guys,
    Thanks for the help. Look forward to flying without wings!!
     

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