Image capture software

  Alex Affinity 17:44 06 Feb 2008

I am producing a priducing an exhibition stand that will allow people to sit on a motorbike and have their picture taken. The stand will have a Chroma key (green screen) back drop so that we can put different images into background. The images will then be displayed on a screen on the stand for an audience to view. There may also be a screen infront of the bike where the 'Rider' will be able to see themselves on the bike with the different backgrounds.

The images or videos will then be put into a slide show and displayed over night. They will also eventually be put onto a website where people will be able to go and visit them.

I will need software that is easy to use and not too expensive. It will only be used for the purposes above. I have been advised that i will need 2 computers, one wired into the camera (video) that will capture the image and 1 to postion the image with the back drop. Can you advise if you think this is necessary with the software available.

I also need advise of what software is suitable as there seems to be alot of options out there.

Thanks in advanced for any help.

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