Definitions

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  • n. One who, or that which, keys.
  • n. A device for signalling by pressing keys or switches.

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Examples

  • There is even the free cinegobs keyer, which is quite good.

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  • I want to develop these to build a head-mounted display with an LED torch built in, a wrist-mounted display with a chord keyer inside, and a modular central unit to go in an inside pocket with central processing, storage, power supply, and interfaces in.

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  • Not just a straight line, like a nice keyer would do.

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  • Other major system elements supplied by FOR-A that complete the system comprise a VRP-70HS virtual studio processor complete with chroma keyer, a DSC-100 data router and a tally interface.

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  • This allows a professional broadcast solution without needing a dedicated complete chain - comprising background 'virtual set' processor, a chroma keyer and camera delay - for each camera.

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  • As an additional benefit, The Foundry's highly acclaimed Keylight keyer is now a standard feature included with Nuke 6.0.

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  • ° A keyer that allows you to adjust individual colors or ranges of colors.

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  • NukeX 6.0 has all the features of Nuke 6.0, including the brand new roto and paint tools and the Foundry's acclaimed keyer, Keylight, as standard.

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  • When the 4 upstream keyers are combined with 5 SuperSource layers, the transition block keyer, the 2 down stream keyers and the stinger, even a 1 M/E ATEM switcher can have up to 13 keyers on screen simultaneously.

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  • For enhanced effects and transitions, ATEM includes a 2D DVE with borders and drop shadows that can be used with any upstream keyer or in the transition block.

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