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Can you display a Popvideo on a curved surface?

Posted By will2power71 2 Years Ago
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I was interested to know --can you display a Popvideo on a curved surface, or does it have to be flat? I was wondering if you had say an old time TV screen that's kind of rectangular, but the surface is curved, will you be able to put your popvideo on that surface? 
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You can add any kind of video to a curved surface. However if the .popVideo has a transparent background then you will get strange results if applied to something like a television screen (you will see through the television). In this situation you will be better using a standard video without a transparent background.

                                                                

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Thanks for answering my question, Peter. I just used a TV screen as an example, and the the thing I'd like to try out, having a transparent background is what I want to do. I was actually hoping to do something like a holographic effect and I wanted to make sure it could be done before I started planning to do it. 



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