Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Review: Phyx Keyer for Final Cut, After Effects Review at appletell.com

Review: Phyx Keyer for Final Cut, After Effects Review at appletell.com by Bill Stiteler on May 1, 2011

"Here’s a pro tip: if you want to make your video look like it was made in the 1980s, screw up your Chroma Key. A thin green line around your actor as you try to convince your audience he’s really on an alien spaceship is the best way to get that vintage, “Well, we did the best we could,” feel of the era.

So then, how to do it properly? Keying is a tricky art, and Phyx has updated their Keyer suite with some new tools and GPU acceleration. When used together (with one exception), you can get a great, realistic effect."

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"The best thing about both of these tools is that the interface is simple. The controls are sliders, which means you can move them back and forth for a live preview of what effect you’ll be getting. Even if you’re unfamiliar with the terminology, you’ll quickly get the hang of what each variable does, as compared to the sometimes baffling interface of FCP’s included Key effect."

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