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Does green screen exist for premier after effects

Does green screen exist for premier after effects

Does green screen exist for premier after effects

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Hi
I would like to know if green and blue screen exist for Premier or Premier after effects. ( a plug-in )
I heard that it exist on the mac but does it exist for windows to ??

RE: Does green screen exist for premier after effects

I have never heard of Premier After Effects, but Premier and After Effects are two seperate programs. Yes, you can use blue-screen or green screen footage and use a keyer or rotosplines to get rid of the green or blue. Composite Wizard is a terrific third-party plugin set for After effects that has keying plugins. Read more about it at http://www.aefreemart.com (look in the plug-ins and filters section) and you can download a demo too. You can key green or blue screen on both the Mac and PC.

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