ChromaKey: What You See Isn’t Always What You Get

We all know that in today’s movies, “Green Screen” technology, also known as “ChromaKey”, is being used to create virtual environments that look just like the real thing. The extent to which ChromaKey is being used in a production remains largely unknown to most folks, but the following video will show you just how much can be done with the technology. Check it out:

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10 Responses to ChromaKey: What You See Isn’t Always What You Get

  1. Great stuff!

    By the way, I was sitting here thinking how awesome the music is that was used in this video and wishing I knew what it is. Then it dawned on me to us Shazam on my iPhone! Lo and behold, it’s “Nara” by E.S. Posthumus.

    • OR you could’ve just clicked on the video and read the youtube description. But hey, you’re way’s more geek hands down. And happy new year. :)

  2. Great stuff!

    By the way, I was sitting here thinking how awesome the music is that was used in this video and wishing I knew what it is. Then it dawned on me to us Shazam on my iPhone! Lo and behold, it's "Nara" by E.S. Posthumus.

    • OR you could've just clicked on the video and read the youtube description. But hey, you're way's more geek hands down. And happy new year. :)

    • I was about to complain about your comment, but then I realized you’re missing a vital component.
      For that list of fake, it’s from the UK.
      For it to be American, it’d include fake boobs.

      Who looks to television and special effects for relevance?

    • I was about to complain about your comment, but then I realized you're missing a vital component.

      For that list of fake, it's from the UK.

      For it to be American, it'd include fake boobs.

      Who looks to television and special effects for relevance?

  3. No wonder Hollywood movies cost millions… rebuilding parts of a real setting and CGI post production are pricey. Guess I’ll get into the green sheet business and become rich… RICH… RICH! MWUHAHAHA!

  4. No wonder Hollywood movies cost millions… rebuilding parts of a real setting and CGI post production are pricey. Guess I'll get into the green sheet business and become rich… RICH… RICH! MWUHAHAHA!