Chroma Key Video is defined as a video shot on a unique, brightly colored background (often called a green screen). It is the technique of layering two images or videos together based on color hues or the color intensity range.
Popular for AR experiences, Chroma Key Video allows for the projection of video content into live environments. It is defined as video shot on a unique, brightly colored background (often called a green screen). Best practices in video production recommend using green or blue colored backgrounds for the best results. This technique allows the video editor to remove the brightly coloured areas in the footage and replace those regions with transparent pixels. This technique is often used in weather broadcasts on local television news.
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