HOW IT WORKS
Special blue paint to replace with digital backgrounds when shooting video.
BluescreenPaint is a high-quality, blue, water-based acrylic paint for indoor use to create blue screens.
The surface you paint on must be firm, clean, dry, and free of any grease, dust, or rust. BluescreenPaint can be applied directly to drywall and plastered walls. For other surfaces, such as wood and metal, an appropriate primer is recommended. Plastic and existing layers of paint must first be sanded and cleaned.
Stir the paint well. BluescreenPaint should be applied with a roller. A second layer can be applied within four hours.
Do not pay attention to color differences or roller marks while the paint is wet: as soon as it dries, it will always develop an even color.
Always make sure that the green background is evenly lit (no shadows/gradients, etc.) to optimize the paint’s chroma key function.
For chroma key technology, use video software such as Adobe Premiere Pro, iMovie, Magix Video Deluxe, Pinnacle Studio Plus, Sony Vegas, etc.
Refer to the Technical Data Sheet for additional tips.
BluescreenPaint should be stored in a cool, dry, frost-free location and in sealed packaging. The shelf-life in sealed packaging is at least 36 months under proper storage conditions.
Close tightly after use. Once opened, the shelf-life is limited.