Key Assistant v1.0 - pointybeard (4 replies, 1359 views) (2002-Nov-21)
I have just uploaded the new version of my bluescreen video editing program. Written totally in VB. Its not Completely related to VB Games, but could be adapted easily. Would be ideal for cut scenes or fixing up your sprites key colour. It allows you to import/export an avi or a series of image files. Heres a few of the current features:
  • Import image sequences and video files
  • Key out colours to create perfect blue screen footage
  • Basic composition abilities. Load in a background sequence or video file and key the foreground footage over the top
  • Export to Avi and Bmp files
  • Export corrected frame, alpha channel or composited footage/images
  • Actor and Garbage Mattes
  • Saving and Loading of work
  • Heaps of customizable options
  • And Much More... Download version 1.0 from my site [url][/url] on the VB Programming page. You can check out an old program I wrote, Sprite Master 2, which is for sprite editing and creation. Also my Binary Resource File Creator v1.2. Both of these are open source and ideal for games. Have a look at them [url=""]Here[/url]

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Re: Key Assistant v1.0 -  Eric Coleman (0 replies) (2002-Nov-22)
The program didn't work for me. When I would click on a Treeview or Listview control the program would give a "Subscript out of Range error." It also failed to import any avi files, giving another error and crashing.
Re: Key Assistant v1.0 -  pointybeard (0 replies) (2002-Nov-22)
Doh. Ok. I will check this out. Try and find some reasons y this would happen. -Pointybeard
Re: Key Assistant v1.0 - Master Tinkertrain (0 replies) (2002-Nov-27)
Can you tell me what libraries did this program installed / overwritten in my Windows system? My installation is down beyond repair because uknown library conflict. Please provide me with names of those libraries so that I can repair my installation. Btw, I use Windows 98 SE, which doesn't really matter.
Re: Key Assistant v1.0 -  pointybeard (0 replies) (2002-Nov-29)
Hmm..lets see. Common Dialog Control 6.0 (sp3) Tabbed Dialog Control 6.0 (sp5) Windows Common Controls 6.0 (sp4) Windows Common Controls 6.0-2 (sp4) Thats what it uses. Then i just created the install using VB's little setup creator wizard. Blame it. Not me. ;) Maybe i should just take it down. I have no probs with it at all. I actually use it for my video projects. But everyone else, it seems to screw up for. *Sigh* I should prob scrap it and start over. And this time code all my own stuff. Not use any OCX's at all.

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