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Why You Can Spot Bad Green Screen



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Green screen looks terrible sometimes. Here's why. • Get access to CuriosityStream, including Nebula and my original series, for just $2.99/month here: https://curiositystream.com/tomscott
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I'd like to buy your animator and whoever else is responsible for the technical side of this video several beers

by Medlife Crisis 1 week ago

Alternate title idea: Torturing my animator for 5 minutes straight

by Cinosss 1 week ago

Wow I loved this, so interesting to finally know exactly why things looked wrong on TV shows now and again! I've used green screens for years and would get so worked up about why it always looked bad. I think I've committed every sin here.

by Emma Blackery 1 week ago

In short: if it's too hard to trick people just stop trying to trick them.

by MrHatoi 1 week ago

whoever edited this deserves a high five

by sc6ut 1 week ago

Imagine meeting someone in real life and they look like they're greenscreened in.
That'd be TERRIFYING!

by Grumpy Goose 1 week ago

Lets be honest, the editor narrated this one. He's a pro!

by Preston Duffield 1 week ago

Th editor while doing the bad green screen effects:

"Process failed correctly"

by Jexy 64 1 week ago

did anyone else feel like the zoom out made Tom's head look absolutely massive? Just me?

by Thelectricgirl 1 week ago

We play a game at my house: whenever a green screen does Not look right, we take a shot. As a consequence we are always drunk.
Perhaps part of the problem is that nothing looks quite right when you are drinking shots.

by KastaRules 1 week ago

Big Bang Theory:
Those rocks are actually ones that have been used several times in Star Trek. You have to go through some serious environmental hoops to film out there these days.
Mind you, this still doesn't excuse their garbage green screen for that shot.

by Thomas Gideon 1 week ago

All of The Big Bang Theory was filmed in front of a live audience so it makes perfect sense that they used green screens instead of moving around.

by daughter 1 week ago

For the show, aside from the lighting on the actors not showing up on the wall, and the dodgy drop shadow, there's also the issue of the wall no shadowing the actors. Conan is lit from behind him from an upper left direction. But there's just a wall there. He's got an impossible rimlight. I really wonder why they didn't just get a piece of wood in front of the actors. Even if they didn't have them in the same location, if you keep the lighting consistant and the pieces of wood are similar enough you could stitch those two pieces together and have it look like they're in front of a wall. It couldn't look much less elevatory than this.

by Gradius 1 week ago

I would’ve never even though about using the same camera, makes sense.

by Jason Agnoli 1 week ago

Alternate title : Tom Scotts editor flexing his skill for 5 minutes

by Lasthair 1 week ago

I feel like this should be in a collection of videos as a resource for YouTube content creators. Short, informative, vivid, honest. Your script writer(s) and editing team do an excellent job.

by PhilosophyVajda 1 week ago

In a parallel universe, a green-shirted Tom is presenting this in front of a Red Screen

by Vito C 1 week ago

Filming tip: If you don't have a green screen, film on a blue screen and then replace the background with green.

by Commentur The Great 1 week ago

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