[ Adobe Premiere] Chroma-key out a specific color (green screen)

Chroma-keying out a specific color is done using the “Ultra Key” function, found under the effects menu under “Video Effects” and “Keying.” The Ultra Key allows users to remove a specific color from a clip. To do so, use the eyedropper tool next to “Key Color” and select a color from the video clip.

For a tutorial on how to use Chroma Key, click the Lynda playlist below.

Lynda Playlist: DLL Adobe Premiere Chroma Key:


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