I am trying to figure out a way to accomplish this. I will try to explain my question clearly:
I have a video clip with a green screen background
The subject has a bright orange shirt
I would like to key out the background and replace it with something else, a cloudy background for example.
I would like to also key out the shirt and replace it with something else, a clip of flashing lights for example, or some color changing clip.
Is this possible to do? I realize I can render the entire clip with the cloudy background first, and then go back and try to key out the shirt, but in some situations, the background I did first could contain the same colors as the shirt, so this might not work.
Being able to tie a particular layer to 1 key, and another layer to the 2nd key would be GREAT.
I think you'd need to do a separate mask of key of that shirt keyed to a different layer than the one for the green screen. Two operations, feeding separate layers above the original clip. You might be able to get by keying out the shirt with a Lumetri applied to an adjustment layer, doing an HSL to select the shirt and then 'push' it to a different color. Depending on how well it can isolate that shirt's hue/luminosity range from other things. Might want to 'bleed' into his skin tones.
Here's one way to do it:
Thanks so much! I finally had a chance to try it, but thanks for the fast through reply! Following your instructions made it very easy to accomplish.