I just watched a most amazing video about image manipulation by Fredo6
This prompts me to ask about another possibility.
I am developing a website that features kitchens my cabinet shop has produced. I do all the design work in SketchUp and photograph the projects extensively after they are installed. I would like to create videos that juxtapose the design drawings with the photography. In my mind the videos would transition back and forth between design concepts and final outcome. Somewhere in the middle would be colored cabinets to momentarily focus the audience’s attention.
All the 2D exports I have ever produced have been in JPEG format. I never really considered the benefits of using transparent PNG files until I watched the Fredo6 videos on youtube.
My question is this: Can you export sketchup drawings in PNG format in such a way as to produce transparent line drawings that can overlay photographs? Would it be possible to scale the drawings in such a way as to be able to anchor them to the photograph so that the drawings exactly accorded with the photograph?