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Video Editing on Mac
- Borders on Mac
- Speech to text/text to speech on Mac
- Apply Transforming for Mac
- Compositing on Mac
- Stabilize video on Mac
- Motion Tracking on Mac
- Green screen on Mac
- Lens correction on Mac
- Crop and zoom on Mac
- Mosaic on Mac
- PIP (picture in picture) on Mac
- Mask on Mac
- Video snapshot on Mac
- Play video in reverse on Mac
- Split screen on Mac
- Split & cut videos on Mac
- Using Face-Off Effect
- Change speed on Mac
- Freeze frame on Mac
- Applying Drop Shadow for Mac
- Auto enhance on Mac
Color Editing on Mac
Audio Editing on Mac
Animation Editing on Mac
Speed Editing on Mac
AI Editing on Mac
Improving Performance& Troubleshooting
Green Screen (Chroma Key)
You can use the Green Screen (Chroma Key) tool to make a color range in a video clip or image in a higher track on your timeline transparent, so the video clip or image underneath it can be seen in place of that color range. You can use this feature to change the background of a clip and make it look like you're a superhero flying through the sky or an explorer on top of a mountain.
Green Screen works best if you have a solid-colored background to make it transparent, preferably a color that the subjects in the video are not also wearing. The most popular choice is bright green. Here's how to use the Chroma Key/Green Screen tool in Filmora for Mac.
Remove Selected Colors with Chroma Key
Enable Chroma Key
Double click the clip in the timeline, and choose Chroma Key from AI Tools under the Video tab.
Select the color you want to remove
In the Preview window, use the eyedropper tool to select a color in the image or video clip that you want to make transparent.
In the video, you can change the borders, transparency, shadows, and much more by adjusting the following settings
Offset: adjusts the visibility of the backdrop
Tolerance: controls the width of the range of hues of the key color
Edge Feathering: softens the edges
Edge Thickness: adjusts the edges of the subject
Alpha Channel: turns anything keyed out appearing black and anything not keyed out appearing white.
Creative Ideas to Use Chroma Key
The Chroma key makes a color range in the clip's top layer transparent, allowing the background video clip or image to show through.
Import Green Screen templates from Media Library
In the Media Library, add your background video and green screen clip. You can also get inspired by Filmstock.
Remove Green Screen with Chroma Key
Drag your media files to the timeline and put your green screen file above. Double click the green screen file and enable the Chroma Key option. The background color will be removed automatically.
sRGB VS RGB
Have you even heard of sRGB and RGB? In this article, we’ll share you the concepts of RGB and tell you the differences between sRGB and RGB.
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How to Change YouTube Playback Speed to Speed Up or Slow Down Video
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Trim Video on Mac: 2 Hassle-Free Solutions
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