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  • Making Music Videos on a Cheap Budget

    Hi Guys

    I filmed a cheap music video of myself singing a song on Youtube.
    It looks ok but I have a problem with motion blur in front of the green screen.
    It doesn't look great.
    Is there a way to stop or minimize motion blur in front of green screens???

    Feel free to check out my video

    THE MONSTER WALKS ON || MICHAEL LAW || EMINEM || U2

    http://youtu.be/dTn2d275OOE


    Michael Law


    THE MONSTER WALKS ON || MICHAEL LAW || EMINEM || U2

    Song Credits
    "The Monster Walks On" - Written By Michael Law, Eminem & U2
    Song Re-Written & Arrangement By Michael Law
    Verse Melody & Lyrics Written By Michael Law
    Chorus Melody & Lyrics Written By Eminem
    Outro Melody & Lyrics Written By U2

    Audio Credits
    Audio Recorded, Edited & Mastered By Michael Law
    Vocals/Backing Vocals & Guitar By Michael Law

    Video Credits
    Video Recorded, Edited, Colour Graded, VFX By Michael Law

  • #2
    First of all please don't spam so many sections with this.

    Nice video. Set the shutter speed to a higher number (so a lower fraction) to help with the motion blur.
    -AF

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    • #3
      Ok thanks, increase shutter speed
      Is there nothing u can do in post production to help with the motion blur?
      I use Primatte Keyer to key out the green screen, is there like a setting on that or in After Effects to reduce the motion blur besides setting the camera at a higher shutter speed?
      Cheers 4 the tip, I've been doing film making as a hobby for 6 months...u learn something new everyday

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      • #4
        Not off the top of my head, no. Never prepare to "fix it in post," always try to know what you will have to do in post and work accordingly.
        -AF

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        • #5
          Ok thanks
          Appreciate the advice

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          • #6
            use tons of light so you can crank the shutter speed. have enough space between u and the green screen to minimize spill. a rim light helps too. practice - green screen is an art in itself.

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