“Harry Pupper and the Hidden Bones.”
@Cave Dweller, I’ll hide my bone in you...
@Cave Dweller, then lose some weight
@Tentastic, Harry Chubbers?
Burn the witch
@BigJohnson86, Chinese food!
Guys please explain green screen to me?
A camera captures what's Infront of it right? So any objects behind an object will be covered thus the camera not capturing it.
So how can the colour green, be invisible when the physical object and green is covering an object and it captures what's behind the green object.
For example in this video, his green body is physically covering the painting, but how does the software remove him but still show the paintings?
@hasher2288, watch the reflection in the tv screen. It shows no change because it’s a still shot. The green is just a solid color that can be easily edited out. You could pick any color. So you overlay the video of the corgi on a still with the bright color to more easily see the edges. Also it’s magic
@BigJohnson86, thanks but what about live tv like the news? You see reporters wearing green and you see right through them. No post editing.
@hasher2288, the processing algorithm still knows what was behind it. Pretty easy for a camera sitting still.
Extremely dumbed down:
Show what was originally there instead of the green or show this picture that I'm being told to show instead.
@hasher2288, for a moving camera you have to stitch together the last frame, and this frame and probably the next frame too. They have to be stitched together and what is supposed to be shown has to be constantly updated.
Also, not sure why they can't just do a flat projector behind something like a weather person. Must be cheaper to have the editing software/they already have it for other news reasons so they use it for things like "screens" behind reporters.
@hasher2288, I have used it a lot actually. there are two videos laying on top of one another. One is a video of just a background with nothing (just the room). And the other video is of the guy carrying the dog. So, when you overlap the videos in software like adobe premiere, or after effects, you can key out the green pixels in the image (making them transparent) so that what you are seeing is what is behind the green after it becomes transparent.
(Insert Harry Potter theme but on a kazoo)
Corgo’s expression is priceless...
I too have a corgi but unfortunately its ears are flop down
I scrolled away and then had to come back to upvote
Magic corgi, I choose you!