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Adding Green Screen Video into Webinar/Video Conferencing


Hello everyone, my name is Paul Richards and today I’m going to show you how to add a green screen background to your webinar.
There’s two ways to do this, one is you can capture your entire video conference
your entire webinar from the HDMI output of your computer, and bring it into a
live streaming software like vMix which we’re looking at here, and you can
actually then add green screen effects overlays, all those types of things and
make a really highly professional recording of your webinar, and stream it
to YouTube Live to be recorded and available live, and other content
delivery networks. Or, you can take the green screen technology and transfer it
into your video conference call, which I’m gonna show you how to do that with zoom right now. So first of all, how do we
add a green screen? So I gotta I’ve got a green screen here but it’s still green. So
what I do is I double click my video layer and here it says color key, which is the chromakey effect, and I’ve already kind of tweaked this to where I where I think it looks good but really, it’s a couple
clicks of a button and now I’ve added a chroma key. So I can now I actually added, I’ll really quickly show you how I did this I added my camera layer over this video
layer. So now it looks like I’m sitting in this room. There’s another way to do
this is I have a virtual set here, and this virtual set allows you to take your
talent layer and make it a green screen capable camera. So now, and just if you haven’t used vMix before the left hand side is your preview, and the right hand side is your
what you’re actually live streaming and recording. So once I have it here now I
can add animated titles to actually talk about you know my
actual experience, whatever the webinars about, you can actually in this system here I
could zoom into my virtual set and potentially change what is actually
being shown on the screen. So I could show a different picture maybe, or a video
layer. It looks a little crazy because that is my self on that video layer, but a whole bunch of different things you could do, let’s see here, different different things you could
show. On that screen, and imagine that not only is all of that being live streamed
which is great and we’ll quickly let’s just take a look at what that looks like.
So as you can see here we have our web conferencing system here, and then we
take the HDMI, capture it with USB and live stream it out with this software,
and then the other way which everyone seems to keep being so interesting about, now keep in mind we do this a lot the way I like to do it is I like to capture the video conference or the webinar, and then live stream it add of the branding and the overlays and effects
with my computer that way, but you can do it the other way and what that is called
is this external so external there’s some settings in here we can look at, is
obviously I’m gonna give a 1280 by 720 external stream of my live stream,
available as well what’s called a virtual webcam. So once I’ve done that I
could actually go into zoom. So right now I’m using my internal webcam. Now I’ve
selected my webcam in zoom to be the output of vMix for my live streaming
software so that’s pretty cool. So now, my so now I have taken all the things that
I have available to me, with overlays and you know, video previews and stuff I
guess here why don’t I stop my share, and now inside zoom I have the ability to use virtual
sets, whether using go to webinar or some other webinar platform maybe Cisco event center, now you’ve got a really professional
looking video output for your webinar. So that’s the other way to add a green
screen to your webinar, it’s in HD, and it looks great and we’ve got
some really good ways to do this so that’s the other way you can do this. I guess
they’re really both just as good, the difference is is that if you live
stream your your video conference or your webinar, now hundreds of thousands
of people can watch it, and it’s automatically recorded for you, let’s say
if you’re using YouTube Live are you recorded on YouTube for you? So you don’t need to have a huge hard drive to store everything on your laptop. So that is it guys, thank you for watching those are the two ways that you can add a green screen to your webinar to make it a much more powerful message.

Robin Kshlerin

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Lee Juan - Mentor MLM Indonesia Posted on June 21, 2017 at 12:28 pm

    what a software you used?

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  2. Mark Storace Posted on October 19, 2017 at 8:26 pm

    has anyone done this with WebEx ?

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  3. Jerry Ball Posted on November 4, 2018 at 9:46 pm

    can this be done along with Join.me conferencing

    Reply
  4. Safuan Apan Posted on May 15, 2019 at 8:34 am

    can this use with webex?

    Reply
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