Green Screen & Video iPad Resources

Telling Your Story!

What is a green screen?

The green screen is an integral part of the special effects process known formally as chromakey. Chromakey allows television producers and movie producers to use advanced technology to superimpose their subjects onto an unlimited number of different virtual backgrounds.

What gear do I really need for green screen?

To get started, you just need an iPad (or digital camera that shoots video), some inexpensive software, and a wall that’s painted chroma key green, which does not appear anywhere on your clothing, skin, eyes, or hair. Since walls like that are sometimes hard to find, you consider buying a piece of muslin cloth or a collapsible panel. Here are some options that are currently being used in the district.

How do I use my iPad with green screen?

Green Screen iOS App by Do Ink

We recommend using the Green Screen app by Do Ink as it was created for educational purposes. Green Screen by Do Ink makes it easy to create incredible green screen videos and images right on your iPad. The app lets you combine photos and videos from the camera roll with live images from your iPad's camera. Green Screen by Do Ink allows for users to easily tell a story, explain an idea, and express themselves in a creative and unique way.
Easy-to-Use Green Screen by DoInk App Enables Creation of Green Screen Effects on iPhone and iPad

Video iPad Resources

YouTube Capture

YouTube Capture is an app that lets you record, edit, upload, and share videos using your iPad. After recording, easily trim and rearrange clips right from your iPad. Add a soundtrack from your music collection or use YouTube capture's audio library. After editing, quickly upload your video to YouTube in one step and simultaneously post to all of your social networks.
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Need help telling your story?

Your digital learning department is here ready to support you! We can bring our mobile green screen unit to you. Need to learn more about the video production process, branding media, or creating a YouTube channel? Check out our BISD media service website.
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