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The video is a full screen background animation of a jungle scene (You can see it here: http://www.animationfactory.com/video/backgrounds/miscellaneous/10d445/). I need to turn off DTS so I can put my interactive content on top of the video (it's an Indiana Jones kinda thing).
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> The video is a full screen background animation of a jungle scene (You can see
> it here:
Cool video. How long is it? Seems like just a few seconds. Could it be done with a
sequence of images? Looks like it's only the middle section that's animated so the
changing images / frames, could be cropped around that area.
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It's a 17 second loop (740 x 480). There is some subtle animation around the outside edge that you can’t see in the preview that I could probably live without but I’m also thinking about future projects. I got tired of always seeing video in a rectangular box so I started placing video behind bitmaps with alpha channels. To do this of course you need DTS off. Way back in the day turning off DTS would kill performance, these days it’s no big deal … that is until a client asks you to go to the web ;-) … FLV is probably the only real solution, I’ll just have to bite the bullet and sign up with a service.