@ThankGodItsFriday I’ve moved your comment and closed the old thread… let the dead threads Rest In Peace.
I believe what you want is the Hue and RGB Key. This will let you select any color off your screen for your background, instead of just the general “green”. The most important thing is making sure your background color is as solid and uniform- and uniformly lit- as possible, and that it’s as different as possible from any colors in your scene. (Note that people have way more red tones than you might realize, so red keys are usually bad ideas)
@ThankGodItsFriday Great questions! We have a good few tutorials on green screening. The video below goes over some budget options for greenscreens. Hopefully, this gives you some more info on the process etc.
We also have this slightly older video that goes over the process.
It looks like we might need to create another video using the new version of HitFilm before long! If you have any other questions, let us know 💪
A tablecloth, hmm? That might not be a bad idea. Thanks for the tips guys, you rock!
Also try https://runwayml.com/
It's easy to use, and film sensei has a video on how to improve the quality of the lower res free version.