Green screen in Minecraft for a website

Discussion in 'Spigot Discussion' started by BananaPuncher714, Apr 22, 2017.

  1. BananaPuncher714

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    Did any of you ever see that one Minecraft website that had a live feed of a person's house, and there was a green screen in part of it? The green screen was a Minecraft player on a server looking at the hub of the server from far away, and if you joined, you'd show up too. If you did something in game, like toss an emerald down a hole, then a big notch head would move in real life, and all of this was live.
     
  2. Do you have a link?
     
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  3. BananaPuncher714

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    No, but I remember seeing it on YouTube and it was pretty cool.
     
  4. animatedframes stuff I presume
     
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  7. That's easy to do...
     
  8. That's called video editing and actually has nothing to do with Minecraft. A green screen can be used for anything; Minecraft, explosions, anime, you call it. If that's what you're looking for, you're probably on the wrong forums :p
     
  9. BananaPuncher714

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    Maybe, but you could interact through the real world and things in the real life house through actions done in game, like stepping on a pressure plate.
     
  10. A client recording the minecraft screen & software like obs
     
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  11. BananaPuncher714

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    You would still need a plugin to detect events that could send output to another program or something.
     
  12. This seems cool but why the heck does it need to be broadcasted on a greenscreem in real life?
     
  13. BananaPuncher714

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    So you can go to a website and see yourself in game, and when you do something like press a button, you see something happen in real life immediately.