Best-of-class compositing ('blue-', 'green-screening') plugin" for iMovie. But what does it do? Simply put, it allows you to intelligently blend two movies dynamically. This is more than applying a simple transparency mask because it allows you to target any color in one of your movies and make that color transparent. This mask is re-calculated dynamically for every frame in your clip. The best known (and probably most often) example for this technique is a newscaster in front of the white house. The process of intelligently combining two sources is also sometimes called 'compositing'. The technique of replacing a key color with a whole picture is also called 'chroma keying'. Note: There is a spcialized plug called 'chromakey static' that works with a movie and a (static) picture. Chromakey Movie also works with pictures - but if all you want is compositing pictures and animated material, you should work with the more efficient 'chromakey static' plug.
PriceUSD3.5
LicenseFree to try
File Size2.36 MB
Version2.0
Operating System Mac OS X 10.3 Mac OS X 10.0 Mac OS X 10.3.9 Mac OS X 10.4 PPC Mac OS X 10.2 Mac OS X 10.1 Macintosh
System Requirements- Mac OS X (includes Tiger) <br> - iMovie 3 or above (works with HD) <br>