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keyer

[′kē·ər]
(electronics)
Device which changes the output of a transmitter from one condition to another according to the intelligence to be transmitted.
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I would say from my initial testing on Fusion that the Delta keyer is as good as if not better.
With Primatte Keyer you can quickly remove a bluescreen background from your footage, to create pro-quality composites.
Then keying them using one of the two FS2 keyers or an external keyer; and
The group includes such occupations as adjuster, investigator, and collector in the insurance industry; computer and communications equipment operator; information clerk; postal clerk and mail carrier; secretary; bank teller; and typist, word processor, and data entry keyer.
Handbook analysts used the OCS data for occupations such as accountant, engineering technician, drafter, janitor, diesel mechanic, truckdriver, typist, word processor, and data entry keyer.
It is the intent of the City to procure the services of one (1) Contractor to purchase new equipment for the TV20 Studio to include a video switcher, character generator, video still store, chroma keyer, ausid mixer and video recorders.
Dedicated keyer for production quality blue and green screen keying
We were particularly impressed with the fact that the HVS-300 also has keyer with chroma key, DSK, dual picture-in-picture, 16-channel multi-viewer, still stores and much more.
A new keyer, 3D qualifier, has been added to complement the original HLS keyer.
The lead project engineer, George Davies, Head of Operations at Sky News, explained they also assigned all three HD camera channels their own keyer.