Rotoscope in Stop Motion Pro v7 will sync a video from the first frame with your animation from the first frame. Every time you shoot a new frame for your animation your video will move in a frame too. This makes animating a lot easier because it takes you won't have to guess how the model moves, and for how long the movements should be.
Chromakey in Adobe Premiere allows you to remove a green screen background into any video you make in Premiere. In this vase an animation. What makes this feature so special is that you can edit an animation so it looks like you're having a conversation with your animated model.
Step 1: Materials
A green screen
Plenty of lights to light your green screen
A camera that shoots the same amount of frames as your animation
Adobe Audition (or another sound recording program)
Stop Motion Pro v7 (or another stop motion animation program)
A camera to shoot the animation with
A model or action figure to animate (the more articulated its joints are the better the animation will be)
A set to shoot your animation on
Step 2: Shooting the Video
This is where you'll need a green screen, lights, tripod and camera.
Set up your green screen set so that there as few wrinkles in the green screen as possible, and put the lights around to eliminate as many shadows as possible.
When you're making your video be sure to leave enough time for a response from you character if you plan on having a conversation with it. For instance, my video/animation was me interviewing Spiderman about my course in school. So, I would ask a question and leave enough time for an answer.
Remember that they longer the video, the longer you have to animate, and the more editing you have to do. Keep that in mind so you don't bite off more than you can chew.
Once you have a finished video save it to your computer and get your camera ready again.
Step 3: Shooting a Video for Rotoscope
Step 4: Using Stop Motion Animation V7
To open Rotoscope: Click Tools > Rotoscope
After you open it a window will open just select your video and it will open
Step 5: Editing With Premiere
The Basics for using Premiere can be found here: https://www.instructables.com/id/The-Basics-of-Adobe-Premier/
To use Chromakey:
Click Video Effects > Keying > Chromakey
Then drag Chromakey into the segment of video
Beside the video screen there's a control box. Click 'Effect Controls' and scroll down till you find Chromakey. Select the colour of your greenscreen or background of the video, and drag the blending around to change how much screen you see.