Filmora9 Green Screen Tutorial 2020

Wondershare Filmora9 is the latest version of Filmora which has a lot of features to make your videos awesome. If you are a Vlogger or YouTube Content Creator then you mostly used Chroma Key for your videos. Chrome Key is the best option for making great content. Filmora9 has built-in Chromakey options to make it more powerful. In this article, we will tell you how to remove the Green Screen in Filmora9.

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Green Screen effect is an advanced feature of Overlays. It makes a colour range in the top layer of two overlay clips transparent, therefore the background video clip or image behind the top layer could show through.

You can easily achieve this with the help of Filmora9 by using some green screen video footage clips or creating a pure green background when shooting your video footage.

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How to remove Green Screen in Filmora9

Removing and adding effects in Filmora9 for Chromakey is very easy. It is because Wondershare improved it in the latest release. To do this just import your videos into the timeline of Filmora9 Video Editor.

Next, drag and drop the two clips on the timeline as shown below.

Drag and Drop your videos into the timeline
Drag and Drop your videos into the timeline

After this make sure the green screen footage is on the top layer and the other footage is at the bottom layer as shown above. It is because green screen footage will be shown in your video if it is on top. It is also used to add effects in your videos.

When you successfully insert videos into the timeline then Right click on the green screen footage then click on Green Screen on the drop-down menu. Or simply press Ctrl + Alt + G to open it into the program.

Right click on the green screen and select Green Screen
Right click on the green screen and select Green Screen

Under Chroma Key, you will see different options like Offset, Tolerance, Edge Thickness and Edge Feather. Lets take a look at all these that what is the purpose of them and why we use it.

Offset: Offset controls Shadows/Blacks of an image. It does this by changing the brightness/color levels while leaving midtones and highlight areas unaffected.

Tolerance: A color tolerance is a limit to how big the difference in color between a sample and standard is allowed to be for the sample to be considered acceptable. Tolerance values should correlate to the human eye so that color is both visually and numerically acceptable.

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Edge Thickness:  Edge Thickness defines the edge thickness that how your Edge will be shown up. It is mostly used in this filed.

Edge Feather: Gradient Feather applies an easy to adjust Linear or Radial gradient to your shape or frame.

Chroma Key options in Filmora9
Chroma Key options in Filmora9

By using these options you can adjust the intensity level and make the green color transparent. Once you satisfied then click on Ok button and save your video for final results.

Adjust your setting and click Ok Button
Adjust your setting and click Ok Button

You can now save and export your project. That’s how easy it is to remove the green screen in Filmora9. If your video is exporting slowly then read that, how to fast it and save our time. This guide will help you to save your time. Read more about Green Screen on Filmora Official Website.


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