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Green Screen

Explorer ,
Jun 14, 2013 Jun 14, 2013

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Does anyone know of a way to use a green screen with Adobe Connect so that when using the video feature, others will see a background put there via green screen?

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LEGEND ,
Jun 14, 2013 Jun 14, 2013

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Some camera drivers have that functionality built in, but ultimately, you would need to have an application that does the green screen effects prior to the video being input into the computer broadcasting the image through Connect.

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Thanks.  I was referring to when I am conducting a live presentation on AC (I'm on the camera being broadcast to the learners) and having a background other than my office.

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Connect has no green screen function, so incorporating that will need to be done with your webcam's application, if it does that, or with an application that will do that functionality before Connect sees the video feed.

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Thanks.  I was afraid that was going to be the answer.  I can't imagine how to get a video feed to work through AC that first goes through another program.  Probably more complicated than I want.  Maybe I'll just put up a nice static backdrop.  Thanks.

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