[Papervision3D] Papervision's export to Quicktime Movie
sander at variomatic.biz
Wed Apr 9 05:58:46 PDT 2008
File -> Export -> Export Movie...
And then in the Quicktime Export Settings dialog:
After time elapsed: 00:02:00 (2minutes)
Store temp data: On Disk
Tried it with Director 11...didn't get it to export more then the first
frame yet... still trying...
Tried the 1 fps export, but when I exported the .mov again with 25fps...
it didn't speed things up... still trying...
Conclusion still trying, thnx for the tips so far!
From: papervision3d-bounces at osflash.org
[mailto:papervision3d-bounces at osflash.org] On Behalf Of Paul Decoursey
Sent: Wednesday, 09 April 2008 14:24
To: papervision3d at osflash.org
Subject: Re: [Papervision3D] Papervision's export to Quicktime Movie
How are you exporting?
On Apr 8, 2008, at 8:36 AM, Sander Schuurman wrote:
Hi List of cool people,
I'm checking out some animation-possibilities in Papervision3D, and I
came across some limitations in the number of Objects on the screen.
My thoughts where that I could fix that by exporting to a Quicktime
I thought that the Frame rate would be constant if you'd export it to
Quicktime, but in my case it drops as well (if nr of Objects increase).
Is there a way to export an animation to the Quicktime format, without
the Framerate drop?
And my exported result show some white borders/background artefacts
around my 3dObjects (lines3D.lines in my case)?
Is there anything known about this?
Thnx in advance cool people ;)
En Gefeliciteerd Ralph!
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