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1 Green Screen with Freeware Green Screen using Cinegobs and Windows Movie Maker By Jose Rios

2 The purpose of this seminar is to support high-level 21st Century Instruction by providing an overview of navigating and utilization of the free program “CineGobs Keyer” and understanding how to combine it with Windows Movie Maker to produce a functional video incorporating Chroma Key Technology to enhance Project Based Learning.

3 Disclaimer: The author make no claims to be an expert on this process. The author has merely experimented and has had success using the software to develop a usable video which incorporates the Chroma Key technology. The author presents this information as-is and can not be held liable for any omissions or errors resulting in loss.

4 Disclaimer Continued This seminar Power Point Presentation is intended to support the Video Presentation which is available on the resource page of:

5 Green Screen with Freeware Vocabulary

6 Download Install Software Bloatware Render Import Collections Artifacts Timeline Output Atomiclearning.com Videohelp.com

7 Download to transfer (as data or files) from a usually large computer to the memory of another device (as a smaller computer)

8 Install to establish in an indicated place, condition, or status

9 Software the entire set of programs, procedures, and related documentation associated with a system and especially a computer system; specifically : computer programs

10 Bloatware Software that comes piggy-backed on other software installations. piggy-backing bloatware usually includes toolbars, desktop widgets or external unrelated applications. Most piggy- backing bloatware can perform a mundane task that is generally non-essential to every day computer use.

11 Render refers to the generation, via computer, of each individual frame, which when strung together form a fluid video

12 Import to bring from a foreign or external source

13 Collections In Windows Movie Maker all images, videos and sound used to construct a video. All these artifacts must be placed in the area called “Collections” in order to be added to the video being constructed.

14 Artifacts All image, video or sound files added to a video timeline to construct a video.

15 Timeline Area in a video editing software program images, video, sound, transitions and effects are added to construct a video

16 Output Final product from which artifacts are added in sequential form and rendered into a complete video

17 Download to transfer (as data or files) from a usually large computer to the memory of another device (as a smaller computer)

18 Atomiclearning.com Website with valuable self study lessons technology lessons freely available to Students, Teachers and Staff of Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools.

19 Videohelp.com Free resource website with copious amounts of free information to any video product. This seminar’s authors first and favorite resource on learning anything video related. Didn’t reference but worth a mention!

20 Vocabulary Reference Seminar author express gratitude to the following resources for definitions used within this work.

21 Webster.com Download Install Software Import render

22 Ehow.com render

23 Urbandictionary.com bloatware

24 Jose Rios Timeline Collections Artifact Output Atomiclearning.com Videohelp.com

25 You will need: Modern PC with.Net Version 2.0 or better (faster the better) Video Digital Media of Subject in front of well lit Green Screen Background image or footage Basic understanding of computers Cinegobs Keyer (free download

26 You will also need: AVISYNTH (free download) Windows Movie Maker

27 Download and install both programs

28 Start the Cinegobs Program

29 Import Video with Green Screen Background

30 Import Video with AVISYNTH Go to File and select Import Using AVISYNTH Navigate to your green screen video and import. After you’ve selected the video you will see the video’s first frame appear in the screen below.

31 Select the backdrop image Click the Preview Tab and than Load Image/Video Click the Background Drop Down and Select Image/Video from File

32 Click the Color Difference Matte Tab

33 Adjust the Black Threshold Slider Drag the slider to the right the image goes negative but then will fill with a yellow background around the subject. The yellow disappears once you let go of the slider.

34 Click the Alpha and Col-Diff buttons.

35 Tweak the matte expansion slider and the blur under the edges section.

36 Click the Output Tab We will need to trim the video in this section. Windows Movie Maker works best with file sizes smaller than 2 GB.

37 Start Windows Movie Maker

38 Import Videos into the WMM Timeline Import the videos from Cinegobs into the WMM collections then the video timeline of Windows Movie Maker Import the original video into the audio portion of the timeline. Click File and Click Save Video File Choose the top choice save to the hard drive your video will render as a Windows Media Video

39 References CineGobs – – (Bloatware warning!) AVISYNTH – ynth%202.5/ ynth%202.5/ Windows Movie Maker – live/movie-maker#t1=overview live/movie-maker#t1=overview

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