I am looking create a still frame for use in a video that includes an alpha channel that I can use to matte photos into for a TV documentary program.
The concept is like looking at photos in a photo album, where they are held in place by those corner tabs. I am not fixed on that exact execution, but I have 5 scrapbook style photos (as opposed to photos for the main narrative) that appear in the show, and I wanted to visually separate them out from the many other photos in the show.
This matte would help define the photos as "scrapbook or family photos.
I will look for a suitable reference frames if that would be helpful.
This should look more elegant than ratty, perhaps as though the photos were matted on black craft paper.
The frame will need to be of sufficient resolution for Hi definition, with a frame size of 1920 by 1080,though the picture frame cutout (matte to key into) can be significantly smaller than that.
Also I need a matte frame for an older style TV (1980's), to key picture into.
The frame again needs to be 16:9, but the TV picture itself would be 4:3, with perhaps an exagerated bendin the picture like a 1960's tv picture.
If you understand these terms and how to execute than please reply. This should be quite straightforward.
If you dont really know what I mean, or have never formatted for television, please do not pursue this job.
Thanks fpor your consideration
This is a flat rate of 50 dollars for both