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hello there!, im trying to make a movie where it involves a green screen suit. and I recorded the short film on my 16inch 2019 MacBook pro which I have adobe premiere elements 2020 installed on. but the problem is when I use the ultra key effect it just turns the green screen suit into a black figure and not make it disappear. 

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hello there!, im trying to make a movie where it involves a green screen suit. and I recorded the short film on my 16inch 2019 MacBook pro which I have adobe premiere elements 2020 installed on. but the problem is when I use the ultra key effect it just turns the green screen suit into a black figure and not make it disappear. 

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That's because you have nothing on the video track below it. Keying a color makes that color transparent.

I'd also recommend you try Videomerge. It's much simpler and more effective than Ultra Key.

I talk about it in the latter half of this video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjW4UGBZCCI

How to replace a green screen or blue screen background in Premiere Elements. For more information, see our "Muvipix.com Guide to Adobe Premiere Elements", a...

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Apply Ultra key and change following parameters of the effect

Output = Color channel

Key color = (click on Dropper tool and select green color on the video)

This should give you desired results

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