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Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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Hi Community, In spot, green screen studio live editing from camera to after effect any possible 

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Jun 01, 2021 Jun 01, 2021

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Sorry but After Effects only works with recorded footage and not live or streamed footage..

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Any other chances to get this done?

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After Effects is a POST production tool.  It has no capability of ingesting or processing live inputs.

 

There are lots of other tools that do.  Even simple hardware-centric utilities like Blackmagic Video can do live chromakeys and titling, if you have Blackmagic I/O hardware.  

 

But AE can't process live footage, full stop.  You can ingest (record) footage into Premiere Pro, and then import the footage to AE to work with, but nothing in real time or a live scenario.

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