For the moment at least you'll need Chrome Canary for this demo, and you'll
need to enable alpha transparency from the Chrome flags page. Now... this slightly
bizarre demo that we're going to show you has two WebM videos that use alpha
transparency. You can drag a video — note the use of blur and greyscale CSS
filters. You can drag one video on top of another, which changes the z-index,
double-click a video to fire a little CSS animation, and double-click the page
to swap out the background image with a video and vice versa.
Screencast demonstrating video alpha transparency with WebM videos in Google Chrome. Demo at http://simpl.info/videoalpha.
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