This version is really, really crappy quality but it will play instantly and you'll get the idea:
This version is much better quality, and doesn't drop essential frames (like the flashes):
(you'll have to right click - save target as)
We just had two lights for this, a 1k fresnel and a 1k openface with a huge, diffused bulb. The lighting for the first shot got screwed up with the composite because our fresnel's bulb blew and we had to switch it with the open-face. Oh and you'll probably see the edges of the matte if you're on a laptop or LCD screen - that's simple to fix though, and it's only because I had to composite this in Vegas since my Avid is down.
edit: also in the good quality version, the flashes are too sharp for the image, they just need to be softened but I couldn't figure out how to do that in Vegas and got tired of looking. It's just a simple fix in Avid though, it's right in the key controls...
Edited by David Sweetman, 23 June 2006 - 02:29 AM.