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Flash alpha track in QT movie

Flash alpha track in QT movie

Flash alpha track in QT movie

Greetings...complete noob at video here; I'm trying to create a Flash animation that will float over another Quicktime track. Everything works fine until I try to reposition the Flash track; I'm editing in GoLive (but the same thing happens in QTPro), setting the Flash track to straight alpha. When I reposition the smaller Flash track it always comes along with a copy of the background track from its original position...driving me CRAZY!!
WHAT is happening, PLEEZ! I hope its just some dumb thing I'm not doing right. I suppose I could always make my Flash tracks the same size as the QT movie and pre-position everything in Flash...but jeez, what's the point of being able to reposition in QT then?

REALLY appreciate any comments!
(Apologies up front if you see this post in other QT forums; like I said, I'm new at this and don't know how active these forums are...)

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