I have a VERY short 33 second Video Clip that needs
the green back drop taken out.
It is in the uncompressed AVI format and I need it converted
to Flash FLV with the alpha channel preserved and 3 cue points
embedded at the following times :
or near enough...
Cue points can be named "cue_point1", 2, 3 etc.
and will be used to activate actionscript in a flash movie clip.
I'll be honest with you from the start though...
The lighting in this video is very poor, possibly making it difficult to key, so I guess you will be a professional video editor!
The audio is poor also, but is ok.
This will be a really quick job for the right person with more video editing required in the future.
You can download the video here : <[url removed, login to view]>
Thank you for your interest in this quick project.
I look forward to working with you.
When you make bid can you please provide a URL to some of your greenscreen video editing so I can take a quick look please?
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Hi, first of all I'd like to thank everyone for their offer to help.
It seems that all the messages I get say that FLV does not support the alpha channel.
FLV DOES support the alpha channel...
You can use the macromedia Flash 8 Video Encoder with the OnVP2 codec, you'll see the option to preserve the alpha channel in the advanced options.
Thanks for all the offers,..
But, Im pulling this project as I have found an alternative solution to my situation.
Best of luck with all your endeavours.
Needs to be converted into Flash FLV