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Free Green Screen Footage?

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Just wanted to know of any place I can get my hands on some free green screen footage. Doesnt even have to be full resolution, and can even be a few seconds long. Just need some for tutorial purposes for a class.

 

Thanks all,

jim

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Just wanted to know of any place I can get my hands on some free green screen footage. Doesnt even have to be full resolution, and can even be a few seconds long. Just need some for tutorial purposes for a class.

 

Thanks all,

jim

Any version of the AE CIB book is pretty much going to come with a greenscreen clip.

I think DV garage includes some greenscreen clips in their tutorials for the tryout versions of their products as well.

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Check out the middle column here..

these are leftovers from a contest Modest Mouse had over a year ago..

 

http://edcommunity.apple.com/epic/contest.php

 

all HD (720P i think) and nicely lit Greenscreens

take forever to download from what I tried last time (6 months ago)

 

good luck!

Ooh, that's a good one.

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if you don't mind red raw footage

 

 

Here is the first clip

 

 

Green Screen 1 [right click to download]

 

Second Clip (this is what happens when your DP rolls on your post guy [not me the other one], it's short and sweet and 4k looks amazing)

 

Fun In the Car [right click to download]

 

Here's a shot of the car with our actors in it and a green screen in the background. The eventual goal will be to digitally create Windows and add a reflection made from our miniatures/3d elements.

 

Car+people+green screen=good [right click to download]

 

IMPORTANT

when you Download these files change the extension back to an r3d by deleting the .txt extension.

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And of course there's always Ribbit:

 

http://www.ribbitfilms.com/cgi/site/site.cgi/

For some reason I didn't expect them to have free samples.

 

I see that the new version of Conduit has some tutorials that include footage of what must be one of the easiest keys ever (an underexposed black woman in front of a brightly lit greenscreen).

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