When I use the colour picker and select even pure while box it does nothing, if I choose any other colour it works.
Go on tell me what I am doing wrong
Your right. The Chroma key effect seems to not like a key color that does not have any color (white, gray, etc).
Maybe use the Hue & RGB key.
My quick test was
Forgive my ignorance, but isn’t this what the Luminance key is for?
Luminance is about relative brightness of a pixel and not some color value or hue. It has a few settings for the specific of the luminance computation. A Luminance key will key a bright red, gree, blue, whatever just as much as a bright white.
The remove stock background effect might be the best for dropping white or black from a shot.
The remove stock background is designed for this. I believe until recently this did not work for white, but it should have been fixed now.
Well I have learned a few more tricks from this post at least until resolved.
I am trying to impress a company for a job and downloaded a video off their website. They obviously used a green screen but filled the background with light brown circular pattern. its that I am trying to remove and chroma key might have helped me a lot.
For those curious
@iDatus you're not going to have a fun time removing that background I don't believe. The background is irregular, which makes things difficult, but the brown-ish appearance will pose even more problems since the actor has brown hair and a beige sweater, good luck!
Tell me about it. I tweaking here and there and then have a bash at mocha.
If I manage something reasonable (Im a pro owner but a low knowledge and simplicity user) I will post it.
After 3 years of trying to understand mocha, it finally clicked.
Taking a long time but enjoying it.
Think a series on mocha is long overdue.
@iDatus agree with that... but for now look up boris fx mocha tutorials
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