Pat Byrne - Education
Pat Byrne – Videopro Business Solutions: Education

In this month’s edition of Pat’s Space I’ll be taking a look at how you can use a green screen in iMovie. I make quite a few videos so I’m always on the lookout for fun and easy ways to enhance the end result of my productions. When I came across the green screen functionality in iMovie, I was blown away by how easy it was use. Essentially, filming in front of a green screen allows the user to take out the green background and replace it with another video clip. This means you can put yourself right in the thick of your favourite action film, out in the middle of the jungle or even on an island paradise. The possibilities are endless!

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6 comments on “Pat’s Space April 2012 – Green Screen with iMovie”

  1. Pat,

    Another fantastic video. Well done on consistently creating videos that are fun and informative. I’m sure our customers love it!

  2. Kristen B Says:

    The funniest so far…maybe you should think about a change in career???

  3. very cool demo vid. just shows how it is so much better than the pc equivalent.

  4. PAT THAT IS HILARIOUS! and factual!

  5. My first thought was a bunch of utility carpeting to both deaden foot falls and and take down reverberation directly below talent. My second thought comes from my studio days. I thought gobos, or baffling, panels. I was thinking either a bunch fo stackable ones or some larger rolling panels. perhaps one side could be painted chroma green and the other black for light reflection.

    I feel like I may be thinking in the wrong direction, or missing something obvious. Any other thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

  6. Thanks for your comment arjina. All those ideas sound great and would definitely improve the end result. These clips try to convey ideas of how technology can be used educational setting. So although far from professional, they can help educators engage their students in learning in fun and interactive ways.

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