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How can I overlay a video on top of my live broadcast (from a screen capture)? Basically the video being overlaid would have a transparency to it, to still show the screen capture broadcast.

Or possibly inputting from an HTML document via scripts? Thanks.
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If you know the video will load exactly in the same place on a website everytime then you can tell your css(or whatever) to put that object to that location and it will cover it. You'll need to make sure your object is a png to make sure it is transparent.
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The only other way would be in your swf...you can create a movieclip that calls a video overlay.
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Actually we have been webcasting our sports using webcammax.  It allows you to do overlays in realtime and switch between several imputs.  We even figured out how to instant replays with it.
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