A tutorial showing how to install Easy Green Screen.
This video covers the basic features of Easy Green Screen 4.
This tutorial shows how to get extra hair detail when desired. Although Easy Green Screen usually does a very good job of maximizing hair detail retention with the default settings, you can sometimes get a little extra back with manual adjustments.
You can now add a background from the EGS user interface. This is helpful because you can make adjustments to your extractions while viewing the image against the actual background that you are intending to use instead of just a gray BG or a checkerboard pattern.
It is really easy to correct color shifting on yellow clothing from the spill suppression. It takes just a few seconds and this video shows you how to fix it.
Chroma key green colored shirts would require some manual touch up to the mask. However, off greens such as teal colored clothing can usually be extracted pretty quickly and easily.
If you choose to torture yourself by shooting green screen when the person is wearing chroma green clothing then it will require you to touch up the mask. This video shows how to do this. This will require some touch up work. I suppose you would have expected that when shooting the images though.
This video shows several methods to touch up an extraction if part of the foreground is removed.
How to use the manual spill correction layer which is created by EGS Pro. This method make it very simple to just "paint on" spill correction.
This tutorial shows two different methods for placing your extracted image into a new background image.
This shows you how to batch process ONLY the image extractions using EZ Green Screen and Image Processor. If you want to see how to batch process the ENTIRE WORKFLOW then see the next 3 videos.
You can save 100s of hours batching your ENTIRE workflow. This is a demonstration. See the tutorials in the next 2 videos below.
You can batch process the ENTIRE workflow and save huge amounts of time. This method does require the Hot Folder plugin.
This is a continuation of the tutorial from the video above.