YouTube Shorts Green Screen Now Compatible With All Videos
Through an enhancement of the green screen function, YouTube producers may now remix any video on the platform into a Short.
Previously, you could use a green screen to make Shorts using other YouTube short movies.
You may now use any YouTube video as the background for a short film.
You may use a green screen effect to overlay footage of yourself on top of a backdrop video.
This function is frequently used to respond to or offer feedback on other videos.
It can also be used in a comic context. For example, you might take a well-known video and superimpose yourself over one of the people in it.
There are more opportunities than ever before to create unique short movies with the green screen effect.
Green Screen + YouTube Shorts
A YouTube spokesperson stated in an announcement:
“Green Screen is the latest way to remix with Shorts – building on Cut that began to roll out last month. With Green Screen, you can use any eligible YouTube video or Short as the background for your original Short video.“
You’ll be able to use other YouTube videos with or without sound.
To utilize Green Screen, browse to the movie you wish to use and pick Create > Green Screen from the options menu beneath it.
Alternatively, in the Shorts player, tap the 3-dot menu and select Green Screen.
The maximum duration you may create is 60 seconds.
When their work is remixed into a Short, creators will receive full credit for the original video, allowing them to reach a new audience.
Music videos and other media with visual claims are the only types of material that cannot be sampled.
If you do not want your content to be used in a Short, you may opt-out using an option in YouTube Studio.
Green Screen is gradually becoming available on the iOS YouTube app. It will be available to everyone on iOS and Android in the coming months.
Source: YouTube Help
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