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    making green screen image smaller

    Hi,
    I recently started using a green screen in some of my videos. I am using adobe premiere 6.5 as my editing platform. So far have not had to many problems getting the video to look good in front of a background. The question I have is how do you make the green screen image (namely a person) smaller. I see this on virtual sets. I'm sure they are not video taping that far back to make the image look smaller on the screen. When I try to make my green screen image smaller it makes the whole video frame smaller which doesn't help at all. Anyone know how to do this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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    I've got bad news for you......they probably are shooting that far back to make the screen image look smaller.

    But there is a way.......make another layer, with just the video that you want in the BG. then transparent out the green in the image of you subject. then you can adjust the image separate from your subject
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    thanks

    Thank you, I'll give it a try

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