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Hey YouTube, it’s TechSupportGoneBad and today I’m going to teach you guys how to sell and use a green screen.
Okay. So, let’s get start first with the materials you guys are going to need. First of all, you’re going to need the actual green screen which is pretty much from a piece of fabric or this project cardboard stuff that I have—well today, I’m going to be using this piece of fabric that I’ve got from Jo-Ann’s fabric. It is about four meters long and it cost about $12.00 to $13.00 something like that. It’s not bad really. Kind of get something around this color, something like that. And well yeah, okay so you’re going to need that. You’re going to need scissors to cut it like a bit of your wall or something. You’re going to need thumbtacks or something to hold it up with. And either you want to get something that is not going to show like something like tape or some superglue or something that’s going to do behind the fabric or it’s something that’s going to be on the fabric kind of get a green or along with the lines of this color. And you’re going to need a ruler to like measure width if you need it. And you’re going to need a little mini ladder thing so you could like put it up.
Okay, I really haven’t done anything to this but iron it so there’s no wrinkles because we don’t want wrinkles, that’s bad. And I’ve also cut it in half so it fits my wall. Well yeah so let’s get started. I’m just going to put it up on my wall right now and well yeah I’m going to fast forward this part to save you guys to boredom. So yeah we could start.
Okay. So, here it is. Let me see if could get a good shot of it. Okay. So, let’s remove all this stuff out of the way. Look, now that I’ve done my Green Screen set up, think let’s see what it could do. That’s awesome. Okay. So now, let’s have my computer and I’m going to show you guys how to do this with Adobe After Effect.