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"Green Screen and Compositing for Beginners" Released

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Want to learn how to do green screening and video compositing in your own projects? Join us as David Bode explains how to get started with green screen and work with the resulting video in Premier Pro and Adobe After Effects. Check out the new course from Tuts+ Premium: Green Screen and Compositing for Beginners. Read on to get a quick overview of what the course includes.


Over 2 hours of video lessons

Course Introduction

Green Screen and Compositing for Beginners

You'll need to become a Tuts+ Premium member to access the full course.


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