I’m trying to add this effect to a video, and I was wondering how to do that.
There are many ways.
I threw together a quick demo for you, in it I capture and use the meme in ten minutes. There are LOTS of mistakes in the demo, but I hope you can get the idea.
Many thanks to Blitzor for the use of the meme.
Note that to use the content, by the YouTube TOS it must be for a video at YouTube.
(How I make a YouTube tutorial is fair use. I am currently waiting for YouTube to complete “Processing” the upload.)
Processing complete: https://youtu.be/0VzBKoDcNA4
No need to capture. There is a link on the video description to download the file.
Also, I’m sorry to say, but I don’t think this is what @ItsElectra was asking for.
I’ll post my own solution in a couple of minutes.
I wasn’t sure what @ItsElectra was getting at; the video is more a conversation starter.
“No, I didn’t mean that, I mean this.”
As I said, I did it very quick, with lots of mistakes.
(…and I am very glad you showed up, @MusicalBox )
Here’s one of the ways to do what you ask:
- Download the file from the YouTube page
- In Shotcut put your main video on track V1
- Put the What file on track V2
- Align your clips so the What part happen at the right time
- Select the What clip, got to Filters and apply a Chroma Key: Simple filter
- Adjust Distance until all green parts go away.
- Export and publish
Here’s my result: