Can you do green screen effects in screencasts?

November 24, 2013

Yes, you can.

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One Response to Can you do green screen effects in screencasts?

  1. Renzil D'Souza says:

    You can do this now without a green screen. Check out Adobe Presenter Video Express – http://www.adobe.com/products/presenter-video-express.html

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