Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Browning, Jul 26, 2008.
.flv to be precise
photoshop each frame one at a time
we had a tricky overlay system with a player we wrote. Gist of it was the player played two flvs the main video had a watermark all across it the overlay had an opposite watermark which basically neutralised it, quality suffered a little but not toobad.
Pretty clever. But that means you had to stream 2 flv's instead of 1. Unless I'm missing something, seems like a pretty big bandwidth hit.
Is it already in .FLV format? Or are you converting?
I always use Windows Movie Maker, then convert it to .flv..
or use ffmpeg/gd, but. that's not as easy.
It's already in .flv format. Will Movie Maker still work?
either premiere (overkill) or virtualdub
Have it watermark on the fly during the convert/upload process.
This link might help you format your watermark image correctly:
gonna try movie maker first, if that doesn't work I'll give this a shot
movie maker failed
Windows Movie Maker is the easiest if you only want to wm a few videos here and there. If you're looking for a practical solution for dynamically watermarking content, look into videohook.
yea it said it doesn't support .flv
looks like I better start reading what you posted
videocharge seemed to work alright doing it