1. Record Your Target on A Green or Blue Screen
In order to get a good video that is easy to work with, we suggest that you first turn off all special camera functions such as Auto Focus and White Balance. This will ensure that your initial raw video will be easy to work with in the chroma keying process. To get the cleanest background, you need to have even lighting in order to avoid heavy shadows. You also need to make sure that your target does not wear any green/blue color clothing or objects.
2. One-Click Chromakey Activation
Chroma keying is a technique where a color from one image is removed (or made transparent) from the background screen, usually green or blue backgrounds. With the One-Click Chromakey solution, simply remove the major background and later refine the edges with the slider options. You may also correct background color tints (green/blue) that have transposed themselves onto the target surface and also correct see-through transparency issues.
3. Export for 3D Virtual Set, Video Compositing, Web or Desktop
PopVideo Converter allows you to output in WidgetCast format (.iWidget) to be used for live Flash Media publishing, or output in iClone's popVideo format (.popVideo) for HD resolution 3D virtual set productions. You may also export your own video masks (.AVI) for use with other video compositing tools.