Chromakeyed transparent windows?
January 24, 2006 2:43 PM Subscribe
I have found programs that allow you to apply partial transparency to a window (in windows), but I'm looking for something a little different: chroma keyed transparency, like what is used in visual effects or on the weather report.
posted by RustyBrooks to computers & internet (1 answer total)
I have two windows. I want one to sit on top of the other, and I want to choose a color on the top window, which will be totally transparent, so you can see the other window through it. I have programs that I use, like TweakWindow, which allow you to set partial transparency to the top window, and this is OK, but ideally I'd like to have parts of the top window be transparent, and parts not.
Does anyone know of a windows program that does something like this?
My most likely usage will be to have most of the top window be the transparent color, and the rest to have blocks of white with data in them.