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And not particularly well done.
When the SWF file is viewed alone, it is apparent that field mush is present in the video footage. The footage should first be imported to a program like After Effects where the footage should be interpreted as Upper Field First. And the composition in which the footage is used should be set for frames (i.e., no fields). Export the composition using the Flash Video Exporter to create the FLV file.
Wow, alot of that just flew over my head. Thanx for the reply guys.
So are ya saying that it isnt very hard to make graphics like these even for a newbie like myself.
What do i need to do to go about creating graphics like these. Do i need to use a green screen like these guys did when filming?
So i should invest in the program after effects?
To create the effect, you definitely need to use green screen or blue screen when shooting the video. As for the "field mush" that I mentioned, it's a separate issue. Several boooks on the use of After Effects to deal with this issues and others may be found at http://cybmotion.com/index.html.
Thanks mate, ill see how i go. Ill come back if i have any questions