hmm, for the lasers all you really need is something like windows movie maker. What you do is for the spot that you want the lasers, click split (cut, slice, whatever it is, the thing that divides a scene into two, lol), then click the arrows that jump to the next fram and click split again. Click on to that on frame scene and take a screen shot of it with the camera icon. go onto paint or something and draw a short red line out the the eyes. Save it and go back to movie maker. Delete the 1 frame scene and add the picture in the place of it. Zoom in as close as possible. From there shorten it as far as it will go. In movie maker, you will have to also use x2 speed to make the photo the length of a frame. Do the same thing with the next two frames exept with the second one, put the laser more in the center of the picture, and in the third one, make it more to the bottom. if you possition it correctly it will look fairly descent (with a small hint of cheesy lol). I hope you find that helpful. For the bluescreen I use Pinnacle Studio but I wouldn't recommend it all that much. It's a little slow. I now Adobe has a pretty good software though. And for the flying, cables if you have them, if not use bluescreen and see if you can move the picture around to give it the flying effect.
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