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NextPreviousHomeGreenScreenPlus FX

michiel | 10 years ago | 9 comments | 5 likes | 11,309 views

stcyhood, jean, adrien60 and 1 other like this!

This effect makes the green parts of a picture, video or video capture layer transparent.

It adds the following features to GreenScreen.fx:
-the picture keeps orientating towards the camera (in the horizontal plane)

Note that by default BluffTitler positions the light at the same horizontal and vertical position as the camera. This makes it difficult to see shadows. So you will have to move the camera and/or light position to see the shadows and reflections.

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The original GreenScreen effect without shadows and reflections can be found here:

michiel, 10 years ago


BillyJack, 10 years ago

thanks so much

aboyakoob, 10 years ago

I put in a comment last night, but it is not in at this time. Where can I find the GreenScreen.fx effect, and does this come with the latest version of Blufftitler? Any input would be welcome...thanks...


dgk, 10 years ago

Don, click on the Download Media Files link above to download the effect.

michiel, 10 years ago

Una vez descargado GreenScreen.fx , donde lo pongo dentro de BT para que funcione?
Es en Effects, o en otra carpeta?

Alanan, 10 years ago

You can place the fx file anywhere you like.

When you press the CHANGE EFFECT... button a standard Windows file dialog is presented that allows you to select any file from any location on any drive.

michiel, 10 years ago

hi mr. michiel
how it works
when i use its media file of effect
the green field was not transparent,
please tell me how can use this effect

Gurmeet, 10 years ago

This effect requires a graphics card that supports shader version 3.0 or higher.

Maybe your graphics card does not support this.

Select the layer that uses this effect and press F9 to find out.

michiel, 10 years ago

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