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There are many reasons as to why someone would want to superimpose a TV screen with footage on in post=production, but the main reason is for technical complications at the time of shooting as you might think to yourself then why didn't they just film it with the TV on and showing the right footage for the scene. Well, the reasons for that is because it is incredibly hard to correctly expose for the scene you are filming and for the TV's display in one single exposure, and another reason is due to technical errors caused by the frame rate of the TV conflicting with that of the frame rate of your camera and you'll see visual artefacts such as rolling shutter over the section of footage where you TV might be.

So the best solution to this that is both effective realistically and efficient at executing would be to superimpose footage over the TV's display in post-production using basic video editing software such as Adobe Premiere Pro.

Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Premiere Basics on How To Fake A Television Screen - Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial...

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