I just want to share some video links of some work that I had used Natron for at my job with the University at Buffalo, NY. I am the editor, sound designer and post vfx artist on a project called "Fact or Fake News" at University at Buffalo. These video projects requires a lot of green screen filming. Something getting the best lighting is not always easy because of space and light mounts limitations, but we make it work.
The next Fact or Fake News project will be on medicine papers or some sort. I am becoming more and more familiar with Natron in a production pipeline workflow as oppose to doing everthing in Natron with no audio. I will be be pushing myself to produce better product even though each of these projects are only giving 5 days to complete. That is reseaching topics, writing script, finding fact dource materials, booking studio recording time and recording, and lastly editing and audio. I had just updating my departments audio and video wiring. There wil be a noticable difference in audio and video going foward. Natron is at the heart of everything.