Lightworks Tutorial #17 | How to use Greenscreen

Lightworks Tutorial:
Greenscreen is a very useful tool for manipulating videos and their scenic surroundings. In this video I will be showing you guys how to use greenscreen to not only adjust the background and change the background but also to make the manipulated video look realistic so the jet is actually moving through the air instead of a still background image. By using keyframes to move the background a illusion is created which shows the jet moving through the air.

A high resolution image is preferable so a zoom in will be needed in order to show the realism of the greenscreen effect.

Stock Footage of the Boeing 777 Commerical Jet:

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Prasad Kannan says:

another great video… thank you mate… can you please do audio setting if we left click in the audio line there are more options coming.. I don’t know how to use them… again thank you for your great lightworks tutorial…

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rocknets says:

How do I colour correct the top layer only? At the moment, any colour correction I do also affect the background. Colour correction is an essential part of the greenscreen process and I just can’t work out how to do it in Lightworks.

Mudman Harley says:

Thanks, Greenscreen was my next request!

John Brunton says:

Thank you. You explain things nice and slowly which really helps me to learn to do it myself.

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