chromakey

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chro·ma·key

 (krō′mə-kē′)
tr.v. chroma ·keyed, chroma ·key·ing, chroma ·keys
To produce, replace, or include by chroma key.

chromakey

(ˈkrəʊməˌkiː)
n
(Broadcasting) (in colour television) a special effect in which a coloured background can be eliminated and a different background substituted. Also called: colour separation overlay
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The system combines the simplicity of management, the powerful real-time 3D processing of Brainstorm eStudio, the capability of operating in the economy mode with virtual cameras without using external tracking systems and chromakeying, and the alternative capability of operating in the high-end mode with an external hardware chromakey and camera tracking systems.
0's blue and green screen masking technology, known as chromakeying, extracts a single color background from an image to create a transparency mask.
The card features chromakeying to display video over graphics, digital linear keying for graphics over video, on-board encoding and decoding, and genlock to virtually any video source or output.