Quicktime Keying Tutorial

by Douglas Toltzman
The screen shots in this tutorial are from Quicktime 7, earlier versions of Quicktime have a somewhat different interface.



 
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Foreground + Background = Result

How it is done, step by step...

 
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Introduction Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
 
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Step 4, intermediate codec Step 5, filter selection Verify export settings Step 6, name the file
 
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Exporting ... Step 7, open keyed movie Step 8, update movie properties Step 9, select track
 
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Step 10, select visual settings Step 11, set transparency mode Movie frame with alpha Step 12, select for copy
 
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Step 13, copy to clipboard Step 14, add to background Result, after add Step 15, move the play head and view the result
 
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Step 19, trim extra background track (optional) Step 20, export to flatten/compress composite Step 21, verify codec and filter selection Final export


Made with iView Media™ | Saturday, July 30, 2005