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Published on Jul 11, 2012
Here's a little timelapse of the general workflow for our keying shots. First we track the camera and save that as a blendfile. From that file we generate a new file that is then used as base for masking and keying. The tracking markers can often be re-used as a way to mask out stuff from the footage. The cleaned footage is then saved as 4k openEXR files with premultiplied alpha channel. A third blendfile is created as a base for that layout, swapping the footage for the clean plates and setting up the final shot dimensions (1920x800). That file is then handed over to the person that is then doing the layout for it. The key that you see here is still a little but too harsh on the one side of the head, but for the demo I didn't want to tweak it too long.