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Best Green Screen Stages in New York

Major Green Screen Studios in New York

Green Screen Stages For Video & WebCasting Production

Prices | Cyc Type | Grip & Electric | Link to Site

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The following studios are generally considered to be the best Green Screen Stage Rentals in New York City.  Some studios have white cycloramas but will paint for a fee or hang green fabric or paper seamless.  Essential details are next to each picture.  Clicking the name of the studio will take you to a dedicated page with more images and complete studio information.

Green Screen Stages

Brooklyn Flatbush  VFX  Studios

Flatbush Brooklyn Green Cyc Studios:

Filmmaking, Music Video and Photography Studio in Downtown Brooklyn, Brooklyn.
  • 3 Wall Green cyc stage,
  • Green room & makeup room,
  • Lighting and Camera Packages Available
  • Skylights, makeup station and more amenities!
Brooklyn Flatbush  VFX  Studios

Midtown North

  • Rental Fee 10 Hour day: $1,695
  • Stage Square Footage: 2000 sq.ft
  • 10 ft Ceilings
  • Hard Cyc, Green or White Cyc Stage
  • Green or White Cyc Size: 20W X 16L X 10h
  • Stage comes Pre-Lit with Rental
  • 200 Amps of power
  • Green Room
  • Kitchen
  • Hair and Makeup Room
Midtown North Green Screen

Soho Studios Two Wall Green Cyc

$1,695 Ten Hour Day | $ 200 hr after 6 PM, before 8 AM

  • Soho Manhattan | Sound Stage | 20′ X 25′ Green Two Walled Cyc
  • New Green Screen 2.0  Technology with
  •  4K Virtual “Jett Sets”

  • Full Grip & Electric | Green Room & Kitchenette | Makeup  Room
  • Wardrobe Room, Steamer, Iron | Production Bullpen, Two Desks
  • Rosco Chroma Green Pre-lit Cyc | Control Room | Printer
  • 12′ Ceiling | 10′ to Grid | 200 Amp power | Trash Removal
  • Available Jib With 3D Tracking on Green Integrating Virtual Sets
  • Freight Elevator 8am to 5pm | Hand Carried Gear in Pass Elevator
  • WebCasting Facility | Media Tours | 1 GB Symmetrical Internet
  • Moveable Kitchen Island with Cooktop & Food Prep Area
Soho Studios Green Screen

Astoria Prime – Virtual Sets / 3D/VR/AR Production

$1995 Ten Hour Day

  • Two Wall Green Hard Cy
  • Long Island City, NYC | Next to Kaufman Astoria Stages
  • AR/VR Production
  • New Green Screen 2.0
  • Grip & Electric
  • 38′ X 38′ 1.425 sq/ft Total Space
  • Rosco Chroma Green
  • 12′ Ceiling
  • Available Jib With 3D Live Tracking on Green
  • 24/7 Access
  • WebCasting Facility
  • Moses Star Trackee / Zero Density system
  • 3D/4K Virtual sets Unreal Engine
Astoria Prime – Virtual Sets / 3D/VR/AR Production

Chelsea 28th Street Studio

Three Wall Green Screen Sound Stage

 

$1950 Ten Hour Day
  • 11.5 Ceilings, 23′ Wide
  • Lighting Grid
  • Prelit Green Screen
  • Grip and Lighting included
  • Power
  • Studio manager
  • Large Greenroom
  • Hair & Makeup Room
  • Kitchen Access
  • Freight Access
  • High Speed Internet
  • 120 amps / 3 phase electric
  • WebCasting Available

Chelsea East Loft 12′ Green Seamless

$1380 Ten Hour Day

  • 25th Street Chelsea, Manhattan
  • Grid / Grip & Electric
  • 12′ Green or White Seamless Cyc
  • Beautifully Appointed Loft
  • 1GB Symetrica; Internet
  • Makeup/Hair Room
  • 4/7 Freight Access with Loading Dock
  • Kitchen, Living Room
  • WebCasting Facility
Chelsea East Loft 12′ Green Seamless

Green Screen Stages – Chelsea West Studios

CHELSEA WEST STUDIO RENTAL

  • 140 AMP Power Distribution
  • 10ft High Ceiling Clearance
  • Camera, Grip & Lighting Packages
  • Tables, Chairs and Production Expendables
  • Cyc Painted Any Color Upon Request
  • HMU Station
Chelsea West Green Cyc Stage

Brooklyn Green Screen Mega Stage

Green or White

$ 4,000 Ten Hour Day

  • 70′ X 100′ Studio No Columns
  • 100% SOUNDPROOF NC -30
  • GIGABIT WIFI
  • 50 TON SILENT HVAC
  • 20 FOOT TO GRID
  • 60′ X 60′ CYCLORAMA
  • 2,500 AMP 3 PHASE POWER
  • 7,000 SF Column Free mega space
  • F Train to Smith and 9th Street
  • Beautiful Green Rooms
  • Catering Area
  • Kitchen Area
  • WebCasting
  • VolCap Volumetric Video
  • LED Video Wall

Huge Green Screen Stages –  Brooklyn Prime Studio 6

  • One Wall Green Cyc
  • Located in Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York
  • Qualified NY Film Production Tax Credit
  • Full Grip & Electric
  • 1000′ Sq Ft with a 25′ X 20’10” Cyc
  • 16′ Ceiling
  • Hair And Makeup Stations, Green Room, Private Bathrooms for VIP Talent/Clients, Catering Room
  • Direct Access to Loading Dock
  • 480 Amps of Power
  • WebCasting Facility
Huge Green Screen Stages –  Brooklyn Prime Studio 6

Green Screen Stages –  Brooklyn Prime Studio 3

$1800 Ten Hour Day

  • Three Walled Green Cyc
  • No Charge To Paint White
  • Brooklyn
  • Full Grip & Electric
  • Makeup/Hair Room
  • Green Room
  • Direct Street Access
  • Live Green Screen Compositing
  • WebCasting Facility
Brooklyn Prime Stage 3

Green Screen Stages –  Chelsea NoMad

Studio Normally White,  Chelsea, Manhattan

Hang Green No Charge
$1995 Ten Hour Day

  • Green Room | Kitchen
  • 120 amps / 3 phase electric
  • Lighting & Grip included
  • Access to lounges and conference rooms
  • Makeup/Hair Room
  • WebCasting Studio  1GB Internet
  • Freight elevator access
Chelsea Nomad Green Screen

Ultra Studios

New York 16,000 SF Sound Stage

Green Screen Cyc

White Cyc

Stages and Production Eligible for 40% NY Tax Incentive
Drive-in Studio | Huge Scenic Workshop | Amazing Amenities
  • Newburgh, New York – 60 Miles from Times Square
Ultra Studios Green Screen

Penn Prime

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

White Cyc | Green Cyc

Media Tours | WebCasting

Drive-in Studio

Huge Scenic Workshop

Amazing Amenities

Penn Prime Green Cyc Stage

Best Green Screen Stages in New York | Chroma Key

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Top Questions on How to Choose a Green Screen Studio/Stage

  • Is there a pre-lit Cyc wall (green or white) included with the stage? Is a grip and lighting package included in the studio hire, and if so, what does it include? Is there a list of extra grip and lighting rentals available? This is significant because, even if you own your own grip and lighting equipment, simply getting it to the studio, parking it, and loading it in and out of the studio can cost you valuable studio time and potentially extra overtime.
  • What are the opinions of other producers and film/video professionals about the studio? Do they display Google, Yelp, or Facebook reviews? Take note: be wary of a studio with only a few five-star reviews. They could be faked by studio employees and friends. It’s encouraging to see so many four-star reviews. Because of their strict methodology, Yelp’s total review numbers are typically lower than those of Facebook or Google.
  • Is there a kitchen for lunch and craft service available? A refrigerator should be provided at the very least to keep drinks cool.
  • Is there a studio manager who will be with you the whole time? Take note of his/her cell phone number in case there is a problem loading in.
  • Is the studio easily accessible by public transportation? Your team may arrive by bus or train, and tough travel increases the likelihood of late staff arrivals.
  • Examine the Internet connection. How many megabits up and down does the service provide? Is it exclusive or shared? When you visit, you can test yourself by visiting SpeedTest.net on your laptop. If you are streaming, you must have network cable connectivity to the internet rather than Wi-Fi.
  • Is a floor plan with dimensions provided? Wide-angle photos of a stage can sometimes give a false idea of the actual studio size. A floor plan allows you to see exactly what you’re dealing with.
  • Is there a location where you can feed your workers apart from the shooting area? It’s depressing and completely amateurish to have your cast and crew smell up the workspace while sitting on apple boxes or production cases in the midst of the stage area.
  • Is there a lighting grid over the shooting area?  Is it powered? A grid cuts down on the need for extra stands on the floor, which makes it harder to move the camera around.
  • Do they have pictures of all the amenities, like the green room, the make-up and hair rooms, and the bathrooms?
  • Most importantly, If possible, go over the place before renting it. You will be able to check for key concerns such as sound troubles. Is the studio located on a busy street where traffic noise may interfere with your shoot? Is the area clean? Is the lighting and grip equipment in good working order? Where can you find parking?
  • Are there any additional fees for things like power, garbage pickup, or security?
  • Is there a separate dressing room for your talent? This is especially important if you’re using paid actors.
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