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Video production studio rental in Montreal

Our video production studio is ideal for green screen

We have an in-house. studio available for rental

Ideal for green screen and chromakey production

We offer you a comprehensive full service facility

We have the ability to handle a variety of productions

If required we can supply video crews, HD cameras, teleprompter,

sound, grip and lighting equipment.

We have cameramen, line producers, lighting and grip technicians and

on-camera talent to suit any type of production.

 Contact us today to schedule a visit

514.522.2241

 Contact us today to schedule a visit

514.522.2241

 Contact us today to schedule a visit

514.522.2241

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Looking for a superb location to shoot your next film or video project? Look no further than our downtown Montreal studio! This spacious and well-equipped space is perfect for productions that require a corner cyclorama shot, visual effects, or photo shoots.

 

We also offer equipment rental so you can get the most out of your filming experience.If required we can supply video crews, 4K cameras, teleprompter,

sound, grip and lighting equipment.

 If required we can supply you with competent and experienced production staff to help you make your project a success.Our roster of directors,cameramen, line producers, lighting and grip technicians,audio specialists and

on-camera talent will ad value to any type of production.

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A shooting studio can be a valuable asset when filming. They provide an optimized environment that allows you to take better shots

With our Montreal shooting studio, you'll have everything you need to get the perfect shots. We offer a variety of equipment and an optimized environment that will help improve your video production

Rent an accessible filming studio in the heart of Montreal

The shooting studio is located on the first floor of the building, so loading equipment is done directly in the studio. Take advantage of a central location with all the necessary amenities for your film or video production crew!

 

Free parking for 10 cars;

Located in downtown Montreal;

Close to all amenities and public transportation;

The studio also has an integrated CCM section;

Private large wardrobe room with 2 make-up stations

WiFi

Ironing Board/Iron

Steamer

Clothing Racks

Shower

Technical Specifications

The green screen cyclorama comes pre-lit with (2) 5k space lights

- Corner Cyclorama
- 20'P x 22'W x 18'H

- 2500 square feet

- Smooth concrete floor

- 18-foot ceiling

- Grid at 16 feet

- Electrical input of 200 amps single-phase

- Green room Room

- Wifi Internet

- Direct access to the studio

 If you have any questions don’t hesitate to call us we’ll be happy to answer them

514.522.2241

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Painting requirements for Green Screen shoots in our studio

Color

The cyclorama is usually green.

However, it is possible to paint it in the desired colour.

The paint and the painter are at the expense of the incoming user.
You can hire your own painter.

Paint the cyclorama completely
6 to 7 gallons.

Paint the floor only :1.5 gallons

Drying
Water-based paint: 4 h 

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Green screen studio included equipement list

Grip and lighting

–  2 Space light 5k

–  2 Open face 2k

–  8 Fresnel 1k

–  4 Open face 1k

–  6 Fresnel 650

–  2 Zip 2k

–  2 Fresnel 150 (peper)

–  6 Kino 4 foot 4 tubes

–  2 Diva light 400

–  6 Led panel

–  2 frame 4×4

–  1x8x8

–  4 pipe adaptor

–  10 C stand

–  10 Sound blankets

–  18 Apple boxes

–  20 sand bags

–  3 Ladders (18′, 12′, 6′ )

–  5 roller stand 750

–  2 joy to joy 50 feet

–  2 joy to joy 25 feet

–  6 joy à U-ground

– 15 extensions U-ground

–  8 flag,  6 silks

–  1 mini Jib

–  1 Turn table

–  12 Pentographes

–  1  client monitor 55 inch

 – 4 Roller stand 2k

–  1 Skate dolly

–  10  Mafer clamp

–  4 aluminium pipes

–  8 sheets of  Sonex

–  4 Foam Core

–  1  PA for audio playback

 Contact us today to schedule a visit

514.522.2241

Tips for your video production team

Set up uniform lighting

If the green background is not a solid color, the software will have a hard time distinguishing darker greens from lighter ones.

When lighting your green screen, make sure the light is uniform and soft across the entire green screen.

To get the best results when setting up your green screen, be sure to use uniform lighting and avoid using bright lights that will overpower the background. Also, make sure to adjust the brightness of your lights so they are evenly exposed across the green screen. By doing this, you'll get accurate results and minimize any possible color discrepancies.

Have your subject wear contrasting colors

Have your subject wear contrasting colors

Have your subject wear contrasting colors

Don't wear green, because you will blend into the background and the Key will make the green clothing you are wearing disappear. Have your subject wear colors on the other side of the color wheel to avoid potential errors

Separate subject and background

To get the best results when filming a video or photo shoot, it is important to keep the subject and background separate. By separating the two elements, you eliminate the possibility of casting harsh shadows on the green screen. This will allow you to place lights behind your subject to illuminate the green screen background evenly. You'll also be able to capture clearer footage with less noise and distortion.

Use a small camera aperture

The lower the f-stop on your video camera, the shallower the depth of field.

With several feet of separation between your subject and the green screen, if your subject is in focus, the green screen appears softer in the background. Soft focus softens the green screen to blend it into a more uniform color.

 Use a high shutter speed

Set your camera to a high shutter speed will prevent motion blur. If there is a lot of movement in front of your green screen - for example, an action sequence - make sure the shutter speed is higher, around 1/80 or 1/120.

Set the camera to a low ISO sensitivity

ISO is the sensitivity of your camera's film or digital sensor. It determines how much light your camera can capture, and affects the amount of noise (grain) in your images. The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll see in your image. However, high ISOs also allow you to capture images with wider dynamic ranges - that is, brighter highlights and darker shadows - which can be useful for photographs with a lot of detail or when shooting outdoors in low light conditions.

ISO is the sensitivity of your camera's film or digital sensor. It determines how much light your camera can capture, and affects the amount of noise (grain) in your images. The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll see in your image. However, high ISOs also allow you to capture images with wider dynamic ranges - that is, brighter highlights and darker shadows - which can be useful for photographs with a lot of detail or when shooting outdoors in low light conditions.

ISO is the sensitivity of your camera's film or digital sensor. It determines how much light your camera can capture, and affects the amount of noise (grain) in your images. The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll see in your image. However, high ISOs also allow you to capture images with wider dynamic ranges - that is, brighter highlights and darker shadows - which can be useful for photographs with a lot of detail or when shooting outdoors in low light conditions.

ISO is the sensitivity of your camera's film or digital sensor. It determines how much light your camera can capture, and affects the amount of noise (grain) in your images. The higher the ISO, the more noise you'll see in your image. However, high ISOs also allow you to capture images with wider dynamic ranges - that is, brighter highlights and darker shadows - which can be useful for photographs with a lot of detail or when shooting outdoors in low light conditions.

 Contact us today to schedule a visit

514.522.2241

What to wear for a green screen shoot?

If you are shooting in a studio where a green screen will be used, make sure to avoid wearing green clothes because the technicians will remove the color and your clothes will disappear! Similarly, don't wear anything transparent or shiny, because the reflections will be colored by the green screen's glare. If this is the case, the reflections have to be removed in post-production manually by creating a mask around them. You should absolutely avoid white color, as it will become greenish by absorbing the reflections of light projected on the Green Screen.

If you are shooting in a studio where a green screen will be used, make sure to avoid wearing green clothes because the technicians will remove the color and your clothes will disappear! Similarly, don't wear anything transparent or shiny, because the reflections will be colored by the green screen's glare. If this is the case, the reflections have to be removed in post-production manually by creating a mask around them. You should absolutely avoid white color, as it will become greenish by absorbing the reflections of light projected on the Green Screen.

If you are shooting in a studio where a green screen will be used, make sure to avoid wearing green clothes because the technicians will remove the color and your clothes will disappear! Similarly, don't wear anything transparent or shiny, because the reflections will be colored by the green screen's glare. If this is the case, the reflections have to be removed in post-production manually by creating a mask around them. You should absolutely avoid white color, as it will become greenish by absorbing the reflections of light projected on the Green Screen.

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