Our versatile studio measures at 1500 square feet and includes a banked green screen perfect for effects and interactive internet video. We offer a full array of Kino Flo, Arri, and low lighting for studio or field use. And, if your project includes a multi-camera shoot, adjacent to the studio is our control room equipped with live HD/SD switchers, audio mixers, and full communication capabilities. Our control room can also be made portable for field ENG shoots.
Chroma key is a technique for mixing two images or frames together, in which a color (or a small color range) from one image is removed (or made transparent), revealing another image behind it. This technique is also referred to as color keying, colour-separation overlay, greenscreen, and bluescreen. It is commonly used for weather forecast broadcasts, wherein the presenter appears to be standing in front of a large map, but in the studio it is actually a large green background. The meteorologist stands in front of a bluescreen, and then different weather maps are added on those parts in the image where the color is blue. If the meteorologist himself wears green clothes, his clothes will become replaced with the background video. Green is considered the color with least like skin tone. This technique is also used in the entertainment industry.