More and more websites are starting to add either spokes models or sales people in video to their websites. I'm talking about the videos filmed with a green screen and when the model walks out the background is transparent you can see the website behind them.
Here are a few examples:
I can't post links...
So Google and you'll see what I mean.
Rovion is one company doing this. And, ISpeakVideo.com
I have the capability to video. I can also get models. What I don't have is a set of step by step instructions.
Before I spend a lot of time dissecting the scripts and code behind one of these web sites reinvent the wheel.
I'm wondering if anyone knows of a tutorial or a guide out there with coding instructions?
Ah, yes. I found some resources mentioning use of wmode=transparent. I just needed that extra bit that allowed the model to walk across the screen's contents. And I see from what you found this gives the CSS to do it.