carda wrote:1. Does it work well with frizzy hair?
This depends on the quality of your greenscreen, camera, lighting and filming technique. With good quality footage, Chromy should be able to pull a very convincing key off frizzy hair.
However, if your greenscreen setup is sub-standard it will become a more difficult job. When it comes to greenscreen compositing, most of the hard work comes from getting your greenscreen set up correctly in the first place - once you do that, the actual compositing in Chromanator should be simple.
But as Hendo mentioned, even if you have a dodgy screen (and Hendo's example is possibly the worst I've ever seen!) Chromanator can do some remarkable things, although if you're dealing with fine details like frizzy hair you'll want the best greenscreen setup you can get.
2. Are the edges choppy when cutting out an actor?
Again, this depends mainly on your greenscreen setup. However, there are several tools that enable you to smooth out edges of a comp, so it shouldn't be a problem. If you have a real problem (say if the footage came out badly), you can always use the garbage matte system to manually composite a layer. This is time consuming, but entirely possible.
Check this tutorial out for more in-depth info:http://fxhome.com/support/tutorials/view.php?i=5
The other tutorials are worth looking at to get an overview of some of Chromy's abilities.
3. Will it work with Divx Pro?
While I have used divx successfully, we certainly wouldn't recommend it. Divx is not a good format for editing purposes as you will invariably lose lots of image detail. It's far better to use a DV codec or go uncompressed while editing. Divx should only really be used when you are creating your final version for internet viewing.
4. Is it possible to do moving scenes with characters and backgrounds?
Yes, every layer can be animated and repositioned around the frame as required.
5. Is Chromanator good enough? or is there one that will work better that is as close in price range?
I can't really answer that first part, as I'm rather biased.
However, I very much doubt you'll find anything even near its price that is as good.
Let us know if you have anymore questions.