The intro and two of the four "topics" were made in PS3, while the two other topics and knitting everything nicely together was done in Adobe Premiere.
After several failures during conversion the whole project was rendered again according to the Vimeo specifications (h264 codec, etc ...). No failure this time, but the extra conversion step by Vimeo after the upload certainly degraded the quality. This can be checked because the original mov-file is available for download too.
It must be said that quality of the original video was already at the limit: at 1000 Kbps what else can you expect. On the other hand: if settings are changed to 3000 Kbps, quality is excellent, but in the present Vimeo situation, what are the chances to get a 278 MB video uploaded without problems ...
The semi-transparent curtains at the start were not intended that way, but quite nice after all. To be honnest it was just a lucky shot: apparently the red color of the curtains has a rather strong green content. So when the green key in Adobe is used ...

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