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How do I fade out with Videomerge Green Screen with duplicate video tracks

Community Beginner ,
Jun 29, 2021 Jun 29, 2021

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Hi,

I am using Adobe Premiere 2019. I just started working with a green screen(paper) to create videos for my wife. I am duplicating her video tracks with the bottom track Gaussian blurred and the top track at 50% Opaque. I found this creates a really nice soft focus for her. I tried the chroma key effect but opted for Videomerge as that is almost perfect in removing the green. I insert a nice blurred room to replace the green screen color. Everything is fine until I want to fade out the ending. I know it has something to do with 50% opaque to zero vs 100% to zero on the two tracks. I fiddled with adjusting the fade to start back up at 100% but I cant get all three elements fading at same rate so she either dissapears off screen or is still there when the background is black. Unless there is an easy answer I am probably just doing a hard cut at end.
Sorry if i am not too clear but any help would be appreciated.
Regards
Andrew 

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Community Expert , Jun 30, 2021 Jun 30, 2021

Export the section to a high quality file.

Put that on the timeline and add the fade.

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Export the section to a high quality file.

Put that on the timeline and add the fade.

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Ann - Thanks so much - makes perfect sense!

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