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Shooting for Compositing

At a high level, compositing combines two videos by eliminating portions of one video, and placing the remaining portions over the other video. For example, in Figure 6.1, we’ll combine the video on the left over the video in the middle to create the video on the right.

Figure 6.1. Compositing takes one video (on the left), eliminates the chromakey color, and imposes the remaining video over a background video (middle) to produce the composition on the right.



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