Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences


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Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences

Rendering an animation or a still image, you often need to save it and that's all done in the Render Globals panel through the Output tab. So, let's start at the top. If you want to save an animation, you can click Save Animation. Hit Save and then you choose a type of animation, whether it's a QuickTime or an AVI depending on your system. There are some other options in here too as a Film Box or Storyboard. For the most part, I generally don't do this and the reason is sometimes those savers can fail, a QuickTime or an AVI saver.

So, you have got be really careful of those, and it's just a preview. It's not really a big deal. But then you could say here is the animation file and where to save it. What I would like to do instead is I save in RGB sequence and with that, I will set up a special folder on a second drive and I will put in the file name and I will hit Save, and then I choose a type of file. And this is really important because often my clients need 32-b...

Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences
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Rendering to movie files vs. image sequences provides you with in-depth training on 3D + Animation. Taught by Dan Ablan as part of the LightWave 10 Essential Training

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3D + Animation
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LightWave
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