If your recordings in Green Screen Pro appear ‘fuzzy’ and not clean, remember to consider the following:
Select the correct key colour in the chroma key settings
By default, Green Screen Pro will remove the colour green from your video, if you’re using a different coloured backgrounds, remember to select this colour in the chroma key settings.
Remember to use a brightly coloured background
Green Screen Pro will remove anything that matches a particular colour from your video. If you have selected the colour red for example, then Green Screen Pro will remove everything that appears to contain any shade of red. This is why bright colours like green or blue work most effectively as typically people’s skin and hair do not contain shades of green or blue.
White, black or grey backgrounds will be the least effective.
Almost everything that your camera ‘sees’ contains shades of white, black and grey. This means that almost everything in your shot will get removed. We always recommend using a bright primary colour like green or blue.