Here is a green screen test with the GH1.
I got the GH1 with the intention of green screen stuff, and it looks like its going to work quite well enough for my purposes.
I'm a noob for the most part and here is what I've found when doing green screen w/ GH1
iMovie = Crappy Result
Final Cut Pro = Crappy Result
Motion = Good Enough for joke videos and stuff where a poo pooup is no big deal
After Effects w/Keylight = Very Good Result possible
Before the links let me preface by saying, first of all, I don't know what I'm doing yet w/ keylight. There is some reflection that caused a problem, but overall it deals with reflections very very well. The reflection needs to be fixed on my parts by more softening (wax paper) on my lights and looks bad regardless so its not something that would be in my videos regardless of using the green screen or not.
Canon FD 50mm Aperture 2, Shutter 100, ISO 100, all Manual Settings.
No I will not upload to vimeo!
Here is a different Video, that was greenscreened with Motion: (Demented and not done well FYI)
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09-28-2009 07:46 PM
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Last edited by rawdod; 09-28-2009 at 07:50 PM.
09-28-2009 11:10 PM
go check out Kramer's Tutorials, videocopilot.net Some green screen stuff that will help. I've managed to green screen in s*%tty light with a dvx100, so i'm sure the gh1 is good enough. It looks pretty good over all, but if you follow some tips he gives you, the overall piece will look good. I can also green screen stuff with the GH1... only on request though, because it isn't set up.ryankozicki.com | Panasonic GH1 |
09-29-2009 01:02 AM
If you want to key 4:2:0 material in FCP dvGarage has a keyer that's supposed to handle it much better than the built-in keyers, haven't tried it myself.
http://www.dvgarage.com/prod/prod.php?prod=dvmattep3My GH1 shorts are here: http://vimeo.com/marttiekstrand/videos