Green Screen Setup

Having Fun With Conference and Scheduling Tools (Podcast 673)

In this post, I share some services and application that I'm now using for conferencing and scheduling and some fun I'm having using a green screen.

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Martin Bailey is a nature and wildlife photographer and educator based in Tokyo. He's a pioneering Podcaster and blogger, and an X-Rite Coloratti member.
2 Comments
  • Mark casebeer
    Posted at 22:49h, 25 August Reply

    The green screen is a really cool feature. I enjoyed reading your post with a half smile as I also like to try new apps/programs. Some turn out to be nice additions, others I just wonder why I keep trying new things. I think what users might take away from this post is that you really have to dig in and explore all the features available to take really learn how to use it. Thanks

    • Martin Bailey
      Posted at 09:29h, 26 August Reply

      Hi Mark,

      Thanks for the comment.

      I’m pleased you took this post at face value, getting exactly what I was hoping from it. I have tried apps that I decided later weren’t as useful as I’d hoped, often resulting in them getting deleted, but I’m enjoying these three apps/services. I generally like to make things easier, more streamlined, and/or more aesthetically pleasing. I’ll sometimes go for a better-looking program with fewer features over a crappy looking one with more features, just because it looks or feels better to use.

      I guess that’s my only problem with Audacity, that I mentioned in the previous post. The UI could definitely do with a bit of a brush-up. It almost looks like a 20-year-old Windows program.

      Regards,
      Martin.

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