I can't make MPEG-2 stuff man. It's something with my PC. Any time I try to watch MPEG-2 it dies.
Besides, resizing it up like that would be pretty bad since the game's real res is only 320x220. You'd get some intensely bad pizellization going on and everything would be blurry.
I don't know about the resident evil soundtrack, I never cared for that game much, but I would try to find some kind of dark metal piece to use. I had actually been thinking about doing something like this for Ninja Masters since it's my next favorite Neo fighter (Double Dragon and Kabuki Klash after that). I just need to practice up first since it's been a while since I played it and I forgot a lot of the cool combos.
BTW, for all my video samples, what I did was used NMAMEX II. It had a feature that let you save gameplay to AVI format. It's FAR better quality than capturing it into the PC because when you capture, you're getting it from a composite line which loses a lot of the pixel quality. The only problem is it will set the framerate for the movie to 60fps every time. This is never right, it's actually more like 45fps. Once you adjust that it looks great.
I'll try to do another video some time though it may be a little while. Ireally like doign them, it's a lot of fun and I always learn new stuff about the software.
Oh yeah, the song used for BGM was Eternidad by SÃ´ber (from their 2002 album, Paradysso). Since AOF3 is set in Mexico I though using a spanish band (though they're from Spain, not Latin America) would be the best choice. I hunted through about 100 MP3s off kazaa before i found a song I really liked. It was either this or a few songs by Mago de Oz.