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FAQ: Premiere Pro Tutorial | Remove Green Screen Background (Ultra Key)

Community Beginner ,
Sep 23, 2020

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  • Open up Premiere Pro, and drag your desired footage on the timeline.
  • Under the Effects panel, search up Ultra Key in the search bar and drag the effect onto the clip.
  • Open up the Effects Controls panel. Under Key Color, click the color picker tool and select the green color on your project monitor.
  • Adjust the settings under Matte Generation, Matte Cleanup, and Spill Suppression to fix up any grey spots.

For a more visual demonstration, watch the tutorial below!

 

Kes Agnew

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FAQ: Premiere Pro Tutorial | Remove Green Screen Background (Ultra Key)

Community Beginner ,
Sep 23, 2020

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  • Open up Premiere Pro, and drag your desired footage on the timeline.
  • Under the Effects panel, search up Ultra Key in the search bar and drag the effect onto the clip.
  • Open up the Effects Controls panel. Under Key Color, click the color picker tool and select the green color on your project monitor.
  • Adjust the settings under Matte Generation, Matte Cleanup, and Spill Suppression to fix up any grey spots.

For a more visual demonstration, watch the tutorial below!

 

Kes Agnew

You Want Pizzazz

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Editing, FAQ, How to

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