If you’re starting a professional video production, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is deciding between a green screen set and virtual set. There are pros and cons to each, but here at The Pulse Network we use advanced green screen technology for our sets.
While the crispness of a physical set is tough to match, there are limitations to what you can do on a real set. Working on a green screen adds a level of versatility that is helpful if you’re shooting multiple pieces of content with multiple target audiences. In just seconds, you can completely change the look and feel of your set with a green screen, a task that is impossible when you’re working on a physical set. Each person’s needs are different, but in the world of online video production, there are a myriad of advantages to using a green screen.
Want more? This is Part Five of a Five Part Series on how to how to use green screen in digital video production with Tyler Pyburn, Host at The Pulse Network, and @NickSaber, President of The Pulse Network.