Adding image sequences


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Adding image sequences

Image sequences are commonly used in 3D design as well as film compositing. You might be asking yourself, well, what exactly is an image sequence? Instead of a QuickTime file where all the frames are contained in one file, in an image sequence each frame is saved individually as sequentially numbered files, hence the name Image Sequence. In way back before computers were able to playback video in real-time, this was the only way people could deliver motion graphics. So let's see what we need to think about, when using an image sequence in Motion.

Navigate in your File Browser to the Exercise Files folder, and open the Media folder and you should see a folder called Image_Sequence. Go ahead and open that. You'll see Spin with an underscore and a bunch of numbers on this. Well, if you look up in your Preview window, here it's actually giving you a preview just like a QuickTime file. Go ahead and hit Play and you can preview what this animation looks like. This is just a quick re...

Adding image sequences
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Adding image sequences provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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Video
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Motion
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