I totally dig that style.
Great! I know a lot of users are at different levels of expertise, so I didn’t want to push it. I think showing the checkerboard in the preview will help too. Thanks!
Here’s a thought for you…
My latest project has an animation at the end that reveals an alpha channel, or, in theory, whatever video the user wants to reveal. I tried to document it as best I could to explain what an alpha channel was and how it’s used, but I imagine many users may just accept that it reveals to black – which is not what was intended. Plus, some may not have editing software that supports alpha channels.
Has anyone had any feedback on using alpha channels in your projects?
In my experience, most broadcast equipment will take 32-bit targa sequences with alpha or, if it’s PC-based, an uncompressed AVI . Chyrons and Dekos will convert them into their own format, so ideally it should accept any high-quality format and do the compression on its end.
My fallback for tough renders is to render an uncompressed Targa sequence, then reimport the sequence and render using compression. It seems like trying to render and compress at the same time (MPEG, h264, etc) takes longer than if you do each independently.
I am looking for a unique intro and loopable background for my website that is in its start up phase…the website name is acclaimreviews.com which is a usmle teaching website and we will be making about 250l videos that needs an intro and loopable background and i want the background and logo to be unique because all the stuff on videohive.net is for only one time use and it does not make sence to pay $10 per logo into x 250 videos = $2500 t… will be requiring a design that i am able to use over and over again with out any limits and use it multiple times for any reason ( basically we want full rights to the works and we want to be able to use it in what ever manner we want ) so please send me a quote letting me know what you can come up with.
I’d be glad to help out. Send me an email to discuss at email@example.com. Thanks!