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Applying chroma key to certain green screen effect causes it to disappear
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jerry___ [Avatar]
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So I'm trying to use this effect for my video to simulate a rainy background:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nvix77OuiXY

Whenever I apply chroma key, the rain disappears. Not much other people seem to be having this problem. I tried downloading in the highest quality but it still wouldn't work.
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tomasc [Avatar]
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The rain is too fine and does not work well. Just use the fx Rain. You can adjusted it to your liking.
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Quote The rain is too fine and does not work well. Just use the fx Rain. You can adjusted it to your liking.


Yeah I don't mean to sound picky, but the fx rain does this thing at the beginning where it starts slowly coming down, I just want it to instantly come down, and I don't know how to remove that feature. Is there a way?
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I see what you mean with the sample skateboard clip. I set the density to max and later keyframed it which did not seem to help at all in the beginning. Placing the fx without a video clip and it shows great on a blank black screen.

EDIT: I just started the fx rain sooner while on the previous clip and it did not help on the sample clip. You may want to try say darker clips.

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