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Controlling # of frames in animations

Nose Bleed

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I've got a simple animation that has 30 different captured shots of a non mechanised assembly split up through 120 seconds. After the animation was compiled into mpeg form, I noticed that it came out 1200 frames.



Is there a way I can keep the number of perspectives, and decrease the number of frames, without sacrificing speed of the animation.



I found that I could cut the number of frames by shortening the time between each perspective, but the animation becomes too fast when played back in mpeg format...



Help!
 

jbuckl

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What method did you use for compiling the animation?

We capture and process animation frames in 'camtasia' which also allows sound to be added.
 

Nose Bleed

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I figured it out - it's in the utilities>time domain> options menu

You can specify how many frames you want - saves on disk space!!!



I can add sound to mine too :) It's called windows movie maker :)
 

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