Final Cut Pro X Green Screen Tutorial (step-by-step instructions)

Green Screen Equipment & More Information – http://goo.gl/hFpVox

Learning how to chroma key in Final Cut Pro X (AKA “green screening” or “keying in Final Cut Pro”) may appear to be intimidating but it’s actually very simple! All that you need is yourself or a subject filmed in front of a green piece of fabric or a green wall to begin. Within this video, I explain how to use Final Cut Pro X to insert a full-motion video or still-photo background by using the Final Cut Pro X “keying” feature. I welcome your feedback and please feel free to check out my others videos too! Please feel free to share this video with others and thanks for watching!

Video That I Created During This Tutorial – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyRck4giPm4

IrixGuy’s Final Cut Pro X Tutorial Videos – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzbToXWOz_ZhReQHheVxCom_KKdlgU9SE&feature=edit_ok

Comments

uwotm42069 says:

Green screen tutorial starts at 2:52

FlazeN GamerItis says:

THANK U VERY MUCH UR THE BEST

Kellie Wilson says:

Thank you so much for your help!

Tiberio Photography says:

Thanks for this video. Very helpful even if is 6 years old… works in the version 10.4

Blaaqbox films says:

Thanks a million

iAMeXoRiZe says:

What version is this Final Cut? I don’t have the “i” icon to bring up “video”

Richard Wolf says:

You do realize yellow means the sound is hot lol

Nyo Active says:

Thanks

Charles Hinton says:

Thank you. This was very helpful.

crxxping says:

THANK YOU SO MUCH OMG!1! LIFE SAVER!!!
i wanted to green screen for my map part and you SAVED MY FREAKIN’ LIFU!!!
TYSM!!!!

Sarah Lin says:

that 666 likes

twenden mbele says:

I actually learned something. thank you!

TheRealChristian says:

Thank you for making a 10 minute long video 🙂 i could do this in 12 seconds :=)

michig911 says:

I added the “keyer” to my green screen however, instead of the green screen changing to black my shirt changed to black. Did I do some thing wrong?

Ozias Goldman says:

Great video. Extremely helpful for us complete novices!

Acero Film says:

Hey man, thanks so much for this video tutorial, it was really helpful and detailed. I will try it out soon!

John Henry Sheridan Music says:

Thanks for the Tutorial IrixGuy!!

dave davids says:

How did you drop an image below the actual timeline? On Final Cut Pro X i can’t do that…. I can only have one sequence/timeline

Alegra Chetti says:

thank you!cant wait to try this!

HaleyKay says:

YOU ARE A LIFESAVER THIS HELPED ME SOOOOO MUCH

Femi Martins says:

Thanks

twenden mbele says:

I actually learned something. thank you!

michael cedeno says:

Thank you

Kent Osbourne says:

Appreciate this!

Anna van Bussel says:

THX

moto324 says:

How many green screens can you put on and can you move it around in the picture?

Aussie's Multicopter Adventures says:

Quick, easy and straight to the point without the talk talk talk and useless chatter at the beginning that so many tutorials have. Thanks mate

DEFENDER AMERICA says:

Excellent. Thank you.

WildThings says:

Thanks for the video, very helpful!

JC beach says:

in abreviation, the name of the project is NASA XD

Bushy RBLX says:

just use keyer

Tom Puppet says:

You are a life saver! Thank you so much for putting this up.

JustABro says:

legend

Holly Lennox says:

Thanks…your explanation really helped this newbie to video recording/presentation!

Corey Ly says:

Nice work – you made it look so simple!

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