Flash Presentation that will play on a high definition television (that has a computer hooked up to it) and will be a promotional video/presentation that lets us play videos (sort of like picture in picture) that are dropped into a directory on the computer that is running the flash presentation. This will not be used for web so I'm not really concerned about file size or optimizations. I would provide graphics that we use for our logo. our web page is www.syf.com.
We will putting regular format 4X3 (640X480) videos in the picture in picture display I want the whole presentation to fill up a high defenition television which has a resolution of 1920X1080 (attached image: pict_300.jpg). I have something like a standard news screen in mind for the layout - see attached image (IMG06.jpg). I'll attach a couple images for you to work with, I don't care if it's exactly like the image of the news - i don't want it exactly like it - but I think we almost have to have a similar layout for it to look good on the high definition screen.
We will need the videos to loop continuously. We want to associate text with the video, titles and descriptions and as each video loads it would fade in on that portion to fill that content area. The backgrond I would like to have some sort of movinglighting affect so it doesn't stay one color the entire time and burn into the plasma.
So where it says Bloomberg and has the DOW S&P indices displayed - We would put "Syncro Services" on the top with our spinning logo directly beneath it (see attached flash). Use the same style of font but maybe a different color as included in: http://www.syf.com/graphics.zip
The content directly below that would be associated with the video file that is currently playing and would fadeout when the video ends and a the next text would fade in with the next video.
Across the Bottom we would have an updateable ticker (XML or a text file) that's not related to the video.
Any information you may need is at www.syf.com
and any graphic files you would want are at http://www.syf.com/graphics.zip