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Green screen was the common name for a monochrome CRT computer display using a green “P1″ phosphor screen.
Abundant in the early-to-mid-1980s, they succeeded teletype terminals and preceded color CRTs as the predominant visual output device for computers.
The most famous green screen product is arguably the original IBM PC monochrome display, designated the IBM 5151 (the PC itself had the model number 5150). From the outset, the 5151 was designed to work with the PC...

Film Riot Video Production Tutorials: Film Lingo & Cloning Effects

Film Riot Video Production Tutorials: Film Lingo & Cloning Effects

Last week we went over episodes 113 and 116 of Film Riot, which had video production tutorials on camera angles, coverage, and inserts. Now, we'll take a look at some past episodes of Film Riot that cooperate (and sometimes overlap) nicely with those two recent …

How To Use A Virtual Set – Virtual Studio for Online Video

How To Use A Virtual Set   Virtual Studio for Online Video

ReelSEO’s Grant Crowell interviews virtual set producer Earle Greenberg of Chicago Video Works, who explains some of the business advantages of promoting your business with videos featuring virtual sets, what’s involved with building a virtual set, and some tips on how to to prepare yourself for a video show featuring a virtual set.

2009 Blogworld Media Expo Special Discount

The 2009 Blogworld & New Media Expo is fast approaching, and we wanted to give you some reasons why you might want to attend (Disclosure: ReelSEO is an official media sponsor of Blogworld, and quite proud of it). Blogworld is a new media conference packed …

Animoto Officially Launches After A Successful Year In Beta

Remember that cool company Animoto that we wrote about a while back. The one that let's you make your own videos but slapped the logo on at the end? The same company that is still on my Facebook page with my 30 second video from …

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