Green Screens for E-learning Benefits

A new whitepaper from DScape Interactive highlights the benefits of using green-screen video in e-learning content and offers a primer on trying the technique.

Green-screen technology uses a bright green background to shoot the foreground object, usually a narrator, then filters out that green color so that either a still shot or video can be layered behind as the new background. This is how many of the special effects that delight moviegoers are produced, and the technique can be used to great effect in the e-learning and e-marketing space.

DScape’s new whitepaper, “Using Green Screen in E-Learning: Why It’s Effective and Tips for Trying it Yourself,” examines the impact of green screens in e-learning. While many organizations will choose to work with professional production companies to create original learning content, the whitepaper also provides clear, basic instructions for those who choose to try green screens themselves.

“In this age of short attention spans, learning programs need to capture and maintain interest within the first minute or two,” says Mark Kaplan, co-founder of DScape. “Green-screen technology, if used effectively, can do just that. There’s just no excuse anymore for boring e-learning programs.”

DScape Interactive has more 20 years’ experience designing and creating online programs for training, marketing, sales and communications. One of DScape’s priorities is to engage learners, which increases retention and the ability to apply what they learn. The use of green screen offers an effective way to reach learners, break down barriers and communicate in an engaging way.

Download the complimentary whitepaper: http://dscape-interactive.com/

A new whitepaper from DScape Interactive highlights the benefits of using green-screen video in e-learning content and offers a primer on trying the technique.

Green-screen technology uses a bright green background to shoot the foreground object, usually a narrator, then filters out that green color so that either a still shot or video can be layered behind as the new background. This is how many of the special effects that delight moviegoers are produced, and the technique can be used to great effect in the e-learning and e-marketing space.

DScape’s new whitepaper, “Using Green Screen in E-Learning: Why It’s Effective and Tips for Trying it Yourself,” examines the impact of green screens in e-learning. While many organizations will choose to work with professional production companies to create original learning content, the whitepaper also provides clear, basic instructions for those who choose to try green screens themselves.

“In this age of short attention spans, learning programs need to capture and maintain interest within the first minute or two,” says Mark Kaplan, co-founder of DScape. “Green-screen technology, if used effectively, can do just that. There’s just no excuse anymore for boring e-learning programs.”

DScape Interactive has more 20 years’ experience designing and creating online programs for training, marketing, sales and communications. One of DScape’s priorities is to engage learners, which increases retention and the ability to apply what they learn. The use of green screen offers an effective way to reach learners, break down barriers and communicate in an engaging way.

Download the complimentary whitepaper: http://dscape-interactive.com/

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