• Behind The Scenes – Jimmy Fallon Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood
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    Behind The Scenes – Jimmy Fallon Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood

    Hey everyone and welcome to New York. I got my start right here in New York on Saturday Night Live. This is actually my old neighborhood. There’s my favorite hot dog guy, Hey buddy how’s it going? Do you remember me? “No.” [music] Just like old times, you’ve got to love New York City. Hey! I’m walking here, I’m walking here. [music] It’s cool guys. I was just you know, just walking there. So it’s not exactly New York, but a lot of times when you see New York in the movies it was shot right here on the Universal lot. [music] You gotta love New York City. Hey! I’m…

  • Jimmy Fallon’s Race Through New York Ride at Universal Studios Orlando Resort
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    Jimmy Fallon’s Race Through New York Ride at Universal Studios Orlando Resort

    Ah guys we have a big news here we have our very own ride opening at Universal Orlando Resort. It’s called Race Through New York, it’s the most fun thing is like visiting New York City going on the craziest awesomeness roller coaster simulator and going to the Tonight Show all-in-one ride. If you can understand like I was 3-D you get into one of these it’s like a well it feels like you’re coming to the show there’s like red seats and sit in the seats you have 3-D things on you hear you hear Higgins voice you see the curtain you see The Roots. It’s unbelievably I come…

  • How Green Screen Worked Before Computers
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    How Green Screen Worked Before Computers

    These days, green screen is easy. You get your lighting right, you point a camera at someone, and then you click a few buttons and tweak a few settings in your graphics software, and there you go. Perfect. But how did they do this sort of compositing before computers? Well, there are two answers to that. One for film, and one for video. And before anyone gets pedantic: I’m summarising here, and skipping over some early efforts and dead ends, but first, let’s talk about film. Actual, bulky reels of film. You’ve got no pixels to deal with there: it’s all chemical processes, all light hitting bits of photosensitive real…