From time to time you’re going to be called upon to create a business presentation – and while you may be able to do so already in a fairly basic sense, why not take things up a notch and really stun your audience by using a Chroma Key effect?
In case you’re unfamiliar with the concept, the ‘Chroma Key’ effect is also known as the ‘green screen’ effect, and basically it involves shooting the video footage that you need in front of a green screen and then replacing that screen with a different video background later on. By using this effect in your business presentations, you could essentially create a video where you present from within the presentation itself, and point to or highlight certain elements while talking about them.
Although all this may sound a bit complicated, the Movavi Video Editor will actually make it fairly straightforward. To use the Chroma Key effect all you need to do is:
- Load both the videos you want to use as the foreground (with the green screen) and background into the software by clicking ‘Add Media Files’ and selecting them.
- Drag the foreground video upwards in the ‘Timeline’ till a new ‘Overlay track’ appears and drop it in place there.
- Double click the foreground video in the ‘Overlay track’ and select ‘Chroma Key’ from the dropdown list.
- Click the green box that will appear near the dropdown list, and click the background of the video in the ‘Preview’ section to match its color.
- Adjust any settings such as the tolerance or border smoothness sliders, and click ‘Apply’ when you’re satisfied.
- Export your video to save it.
As you can see it really is fairly simple, and the same can be said of all the other features the Movavi Video Editor brings to the table. With it you can cut and combine video segments, enhance the video quality, apply filters and other special effects, insert audio tracks, and do a lot more – all without breaking a sweat.
Suffice to say, the Movavi Video Editor will give you the tools to create business presentations that really grab the attention of viewers and impress them. More importantly being able to use these effects will also help you to tap into new ways of getting the point across and explaining concepts in your presentations too.